The difference between cell and battery is that a cell is a single unit that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, and a battery is a collection of cells. The cell and battery both store the chemical energy and then converts the stored chemical energy into an electrical energy.
⇒ Cell is a single unit that converts chemical energy into electrical energy.
⇒ Battery is a collection of cells which either connects in series or in parallel.
⇒ The cell is either dry, wet, and fuel types depend on the electrolytes used.
⇒ The battery is either rechargeable or non-chargeable.
⇒ It is the symbol of cell
⇒ It is the symbol of Battery.
⇒ The cell supply power for a short time.
⇒ The battery supply power for the long time.
⇒ The cell is cheap.
⇒ The battery is costly.
⇒ The cell is mostly used in the clocks, lamp, etc. which requires low energy.
⇒ The battery is mostly used in the automobiles, inverter, etc.