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  • A wet cell battery operates by means of a liquid electrolyte solution, while in a dry cell battery, the solution is in the form of a paste. There are a number of different types of wet cell batteries, which may be primary and secondary. A primary battery can be used only until its chemicals are exhausted and cannot react with each other any more, while a secondary battery can be recharged.
  • A dry cell battery is different from a wet cell battery because its electrolytes are contained in a low-moisture paste. A wet cell battery's electrolytes are contained in a liquid. Wet cell batteries are often used in cars because they are relatively cheap and easily recharged