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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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The company, a subsidiary of United Technologies, is working on several versions in addition to the phosphoric acid cell. These include 80 [degrees] C alkaline cells used in the space shuttle, 80 [degrees] C solid polymer cells being developed for aerospace and military applications and commercial transportation, and 650 [degrees] C molten carbonate cells and 1100 [degrees] C solid oxide fuel cells, both being developed for stationary power.