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London, England. A great advance in battery technology was the invention of what came to be known as the Daniell cell, which John Frederic Daniell made public in 1836. It was the first reliable source of electric current.
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This article is a stub. You can help the GHN by expanding it.

London, England. A great advance in battery technology was the invention of what came to be known as the Daniell cell, which John Frederic Daniell made public in 1836. It was the first reliable source of electric current.

Diagram of a Daniell cell
Diagram of a Daniell cell