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[[Image:Electrochemical cellartifact NIST Bergen and Benz.jpg|thumb|right|A 1972 photo of a NIST electrochemical cell artifact - Image by Bergen and Benz]]
  
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Devices and processes which produce electricity from chemical reactions such as batteries, fuel cells and supercapacitors
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Amperometric sensors|Amperometric sensors]]''' - sensors which detect ions in a solution based on electric current
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*'''[[:Category:Batteries|Batteries]]''' - a cell which converts stored electrochemical energy into electrical energy
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*'''[[:Category:Battery management systems|Battery management systems]]''' - systems which manage rechargeable batteries
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*'''[[:Category:Fuel cells|Fuel cells]]''' - a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction with an oxidizing agent
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*'''[[:Category:Supercapacitors|Supercapacitors]]''' - a capacitor with very high capacitance, storing energy by means of a static charge
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A 1972 photo of a NIST electrochemical cell artifact - Image by Bergen and Benz
A 1972 photo of a NIST electrochemical cell artifact - Image by Bergen and Benz

Devices and processes which produce electricity from chemical reactions such as batteries, fuel cells and supercapacitors

Subcategories

  • Amperometric sensors - sensors which detect ions in a solution based on electric current
  • Batteries - a cell which converts stored electrochemical energy into electrical energy
  • Battery management systems - systems which manage rechargeable batteries
  • Fuel cells - a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction with an oxidizing agent
  • Supercapacitors - a capacitor with very high capacitance, storing energy by means of a static charge

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