What is the difference between a battery and a rechargeable battery?
- Jan 19, 2018 -

The electrochemical behavior of the battery determines whether the type of battery can be recharged repeatedly.

Once the battery is once discharged, its internal structure is much simpler and there is no need to support the change of repeat charge, which can also be called a battery or battery.

Therefore, a one-time discharge cannot be done, which is dangerous and not economical.

If you need to use it again and again, there is a reversible reaction between the internal structures that choose the real rechargeable battery group.

Theoretically, this kind of reversibility is not to have the effect of the number of times, since charge and discharge will cause reversible changes in the volume and structure of the electrode, then the internal design of rechargeable battery group must support this kind of change.