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1. Why are primary cells such as the carbon-zinc cells not rechargeable while
secondary cells such as the lead storage cells are rechargeable?
2. The voltage output of a voltaic cell depends on what factors?
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APPLICATION: 1. Why are primary cells such as the carbon-zinc cells not rechargeable while secondary cells such as the lead storage cells are rechargeable? 2. The voltage output of a voltaic cell depends on what factors?

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