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The chemistry of a lithium-ion battery. This process is known as electrochemistry. The system that supports a battery's operation is called an "electrical cell". One or more electrochemical cells can make up a battery. An electrochemical cell is made up of two electrodes that are separated by an electrolyte. This question can be answered by understanding what electricity is. The flow of electrons creates electricity. Electrochemical cells produce electrons through a chemical reaction at one electrode. They then flow to the other electrode, where they are exhausted. This is why we must look closely at the components of the cell and how they are assembled. Electrodes. To produce electron flow, you must have a place for electrons to flow from and a place for them to flow to. These are the cells' electrodes. These are the electrodes that conduct electrons. They flow from the anode, or negative electrode, to the cathode, which is the positive electrode. These are usually different types of metals and chemical compounds. We need to be able to recognize a few chemical reactions. The anode is where the electrode reacts to the electrolyte, generating electrons. These electrons build up at the anode. At the anode, a chemical reaction simultaneously occurs that allows that electrode to accept electrons. A reduction-oxidation reaction is the technical term for a reaction that results in the exchange electrons. It is also known as a redox reactions. In an electrochemical cell, one reaction occurs at the anode and the other at both the cathode. This splits the entire reaction into two halves. The cathode experiences reduction, which is the gain or loss of electrons. Each reaction has a specific standard potential. Oxidation refers to the loss of electrons. This characteristic is the ability/efficiency of a reaction to produce electrons or absorb them. But the electrodes are only part of the battery. Volta used pieces of paper that were soaked in saltywater. Another crucial element of the picture was the salty water. You can have an electrolyte in any form, liquid, gel, or solid, but it must allow charged ions to move. An electron has a negative charge. Because we send negative electrons through our circuit, we need to balance the charge movement. The electrolyte is a medium that allows charge-balancing positiveions to flow. To maintain a neutral charge balance, an equal amount of positively charged electrons are also produced. These ions don't travel down the wire, but instead are released into the electrolyte.
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