How batteries work explained
When I started at secondary school, I soon found out that I was a “visual” scholar. Hence it did not matter how much I read about a subject; then I could not take it in. For that reason, I soon found out that I could learn things better by using images. In other words, I could pick things up by using drawings and pictures. So I soon found out that I was fairly good at art.
This leads me onto today. In my opinion, today’s world is extremely visual and suits my style. When I am not sure, I can look at a video and the penny usually drops. I was elated when I first saw this particular video. About how the battery was discovered.I knew that it would be a great visual aid for my readers.
Although it does not relate specifically to mobility batteries it will help to understand how the battery works.The video starts from the beginning when a frog helped to discover the battery.
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Batteries are a triumph of science—they allow smartphones and other technologies to exist without anchoring us to an infernal tangle of power cables. Yet even the best batteries will diminish daily, slowly losing capacity until they finally die. Why does this happen, and how do our batteries even store so much charge in the first place? Adam Jacobson gives the basics on batteries.
Lesson by Adam Jacobson, animation by FOX Animation Domination High-Def.