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What is the difference between a fuel cell and a battery?

What is the difference between a fuel cell and a battery?

Answer:

The same thing is: are the chemical energy into electrical energy device, it is called "battery".
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The battery used in the process of charging and discharging cycle, and fuel cell without charge and discharge cycle;
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The battery is a secondary battery, and the fuel cell is a battery;
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The battery does not continuously supply the fuel and has a reversible reaction within the battery, and the reactants in the fuel cell are continuously supplied;
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The electrolyte of a battery is generally an acid, a base, an aqueous solution of a salt or other media solution, and the electrolyte of the fuel cell may be a solid or molten salt (e.g., the SOFC electrolyte may be a solid oxide).
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