Electrolyte

Electrolyte serves as catalyst to make a battery conductive by promoting the movement of ions from the cathode to the anode on charge, and in reverse on discharge. Ions are electrically charged atoms that have lost or gained electrons. The electrolyte of a battery consists of soluble salts, acids or other bases in liquid, gelled and dry formats.

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