The difference between dry cell and Lead storage cell are:
- A dry cell once finished, cannot be charged again.
- A dry cell has a single life.
- Dry cell is used in torches, transistors, watches, calculators, etc.
- Dry cell is light, compact and can be transported easily.
- The electrolyte is present in the semi-solid (paste) form.
Lead storage cell
- Lead storage cell or accumulators once exhausted can be charged again and again.
- It has many lives.
- Storage cells are used in cars, buses, trucks, motor cycles and other vehicles.
- Storage cell is heavy and difficult to handle.
- The electrolyte is in the liquid form.