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Grenet Cell 1888

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The power source used by Thomas Edison for his perfected Phonograph of 1888. The Grenet cell was invented by the German Johan Christian Poggendorff (1796-1877). Called Grenet Cell because he made a practical version possible. Used as a source of power before the Dry Battery became available.

16th Jun 2010

Design and Technology, History, Science

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scientific, electricity, 1888, technology

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