The invention of the lead-acid battery.

definition

The lead-acid battery is the the earliest type of rechargeable battery that is still in use.

INVENTION
  • It was invented in 1860 by the French physicist Gaston Planté.
  • Here is a diagram of his invention:

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inventor

Here is an engraving of Gaston Planté:

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(1834-1889)

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