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<p>France. In 1868, Georges Leclanche invents the Primary Dry Cell, providing for low cost practical storage of electricity using zinc-carbon technology. Previously, Leclanche had developed a wet cell [[Batteries|battery]].</p>
 
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France. In 1868, Georges Leclanche invents the Primary Dry Cell, providing for low cost practical storage of electricity using zinc-carbon technology. Previously, Leclanche had developed a wet cell battery.