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Introduction The purpose of this project was to construct the best possible electrochemical  cell, or battery, using a range of metals and solutions provided in lab.  The only way to  determine the best possible cell was to test the battery under different conditions.  The  battery was tested with different temperatures, time periods, and sizes of cells to  determine the characteristics of the battery that would deliver the maximum possible  voltage. An electrochemical cell is made of two separate compartments, each with a  different metal that acts as an electrode dipped into an electrolyte solution.  One side of  the cell, the anode, contains the oxidation half-reaction and the other side, the cathode,  contains the reduction half-reaction.  The metal electrode in the anode half of the cell 
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