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Electrochemical cells are often preferred for their high energy-to-weight ratio and utility in remote areas where the power is needed only periodically. One typical cell includes an anode, a cathode, and an electrolyte medium disposed therebetween. To prevent corrosion of the electrodes, one or more of the components is non-permanently disposed within an outer casing or cell casing. Substantially all of the cell components are sealed within the cell casing and the sealed construction renders it typically unsuitable for easy disassembly for servicing.
U.S. Pat. No. 3,541,597 describes a sealed electrochemical cell having an internal cell casing and an outer cell casing with an opening at the base of the cell through which the internal casing is initially exposed. A reagent is temporarily placed in the internal casing, and an anode comprising graphite is sealed within the cell casing. The entire electrochemical cell is then submerged in a non-polar aqueous solution such as sea water and the graphite anode is later removed from the cell using a strainer.
Another type of electrochemical cell is the disposable cell. Such cells are designed to be sealed immediately prior to use and then opened to deliver an electrolyte composition and serve as the electrolyte medium in an electrochemical cell. U.S. Pat. No. 5,830,716 describes a disposable cell using an anode which is rupturable upon contact with the external environment. A suitable electrolyte composition is housed in the cell casing and is displaced from the cell upon activation of the anode by the external environment.
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