Lead Acid Battery Anatomy

Anatomy Of A Lead Acid Battery

BATTERY CONSTRUCTION

Lead-acid batteries contain a diluted sulfuric acid electrolyte and positive and negative electrodes, in the form of several plates. Since the plates are made of lead or lead-derived materials, this type of battery is often called a lead-acid battery. 

A battery is separated into several cells (usually six in the case of automobile batteries), and in each cell there are several battery elements, all bathed in the electrolyte solution.

Lead Acid Battery Anatomy

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