The batteries have a separator between anode and cathode, to avoid overheating and short circuit.
This part is essential because it guarantees the safety of the user as well as the protection of the elements it powers.
The lithium-ion battery is an electrochemical accumulator that uses lithium in an ionic form.
Electricity is produced by reversible exchange of lithium ions between two electrodes, an anode and a cathode. This exchange is made within a liquid electrolyte.
Thanks to, Its very high energy density, high mass energy, non-existent memory effect and very low self-charging, this battery is the best solution for mobility.