Hussey Battery

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Electrical World

New York, NY, United States
vol. 14, no. 18, p. 295-296, col. 3,1


The New Hussey Battery.


Since the invention of the Daniell battery, which is the first and original form of the bluestone cell, scientists, inventors and chemists have endeavored to prevent the deposit of copper on the zinc plate, but have never succeeded altogether, all admitting that if this could be accomplished the cell would be a theoretically and practically perfect one.

The Hussey bluestone battery which we illustrate in the accompanying figures accomplishes this perfectly, it is claimed, preventing all deposit of copper on the zinc plate which remains bright and clean, the cell giving at the same time a much greater current than the older forms of bluestone battery of the same dimensions, and consequently increasing its field of usefuln