difference between primary and secondary cell

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The main difference between the primary and secondary cells is that primary cells are  designed to be used in once only i.e. it is used till its chemical mixtures have power and after that it becomes useless as for ex: dry cells of torch and watch etc.
While the secondary cells undergo reversible reactions and thus they can be recharged if once the power is finished. For ex: car batteries etc.

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Here are the differences between primary and secondary lysosomes:

Primary Lysosome

Secondary Lysosome

1.It is found on Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (RER)

1.It is found on Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum (SER).

2.Primary lysosomes have low level of protons.

2.Secondary lysosomes have high level of prtons.

3.They are roughly spherical in shape.

3. They are larger and irregurarly shaped.

Hope you have got the answer

All the best !

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The difference between primary and secondary cells are-

Primary cells are temporary i.e. they have to be thrown away once they have been fully used up! For example- dry cell, batteries etc.

Secondary cells are those which can be recharged once they have been fully used up. For example- car and mobile batteries

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Here are the differences between primary and secondary lysosomes:

Primary Lysosome

Secondary Lysosome

1.It is found on Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (RER)

1.It is found on Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum (SER).

2.Primary lysosomes have low level of protons.

2.Secondary lysosomes have high level of prtons.

3.They are roughly spherical in shape.

3. They are larger and irregurarly shaped.

Hope you have got the answer

All the best !

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