- Created by: euphrosynay
- Created on: 06-05-18 19:13
1. why are some cells non-rechargeable?
- the chemical reactions stop after one of the reactants is used up
- they can only be used once
- the reactants do not stay in the cell after being used
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2. what does a chemical cell contain?
- chloroplasts, vacuole and cell wall
- chemicals which react to produce electricity
- a nucleus, cytoplasm and cell membrane
- chemicals which react to produce gases
3. why can fuel cells run continuously?
- closed system - reactants can flow in, but do not escape
- open system - reactants and products stay in the same place
- open system - reactants in, products out
- closed system - reactants are in the same system as products
4. fuel cells produce a potential difference when..
- the fuel is oxidised within the fuel cell
- the fuel is reduced within the fuel cell
5. why are other cells rechargeable?
- the chemical reaction involved is reversible
- they can be reused
- there are always free ions available