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(a) simple voltaic cell 
The complete cell consists of copper (as Cathode)  and zinc  (as Anode) electrodes partially immersed in a chemical solution known as the electrolyte. Diluted sulphuric acid is frequently used as the electrolyte. 
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Leclanche cell is a primary cell, handy for sporadic use, with positive anode of zinc encompassed by a mixture of manganese dioxide and powdered carbon in a pot, which is porous. The pot and the negative zinc terminal remained in a container holding ammonium chloride solution. The electromotive force (emf) is nearly 1 -4 volt.
Leclanche Cell


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