How Batteries Works ? | Explained In Tamil -

How Batteries Works ? | Explained In Tamil

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How Batteries Works | Explained In Tamil

The chemical reactions in the battery causes a build up of electrons at the anode. This results in an electrical difference between the anode and the cathode. You can think of this difference as an unstable build-up of the electrons. The electrons wants to rearrange themselves to get rid of this difference. But they do this in a certain way. Electrons repel each other and try to go to a place with fewer electrons.

In a battery, the only place to go is to the cathode. But, the electrolyte keeps the electrons from going straight from the anode to the cathode within the battery. When the circuit is closed (a wire connects the cathode and the anode) the electrons will be able to get to the cathode. In the picture above, the electrons go through the wire, lighting the light bulb along the way. This is one way of describing how electrical potential causes electrons to flow through the circuit.

However, these electrochemical processes change the chemicals in anode and cathode to make them stop supplying electrons. So there is a limited amount of power available in a battery.

When you recharge a battery, you change the direction of the flow of electrons using another power source, such as solar panels. The electrochemical processes happen in reverse, and the anode and cathode are restored to their original state and can again provide full power.

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  1. Nice,how to check battery amps? Upload panuga

  2. Negative to positive or positive to negative?

  3. Bro y primary batteries la recharge panna mudiyala secondary batteries. La mudiyudhu

  4. Secondary Battery is reachargable but why till days we used the primary battery also

  5. anode and cathode damage aguma or corrode aguma and battery change panna Nama anode and cathode ah change pannauma ???

  6. Is Electrolyte act as insulation between anode(-) and cathode(+)

  7. Bro camera la ullathu primary battery thaana. But athaa mattum recharge Panna mudiuthu .

  8. Hello friend 👋, can you please talk about it slowly because I can't understand your class but your lecture is good.

  9. I want more your information batteries sir

  10. Bro But electrons flow from positive to negative thanae bro

  11. U say anode -, cathode +, please correct next video

  12. கருப்பூர் பிரேம் says:

    bro no pls

  13. Electon flow from positive to negative or negative to positive..then cathode positive terminal and anode is a negative terminal

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