Whether a battery is rechargeable depends on its electrochemical property.
A primary battery, also known as single-use battery, discharges only once, so its internal structure is much simple, for example, 23A cell-type battery.
If it is necessary to use a battery repeatedly, the internal structure of the battery must be redesigned to accommodate the needs of rechargeability.
Rechargeable batteries currently available include Ni-CD, Ni-MH, Li-ion, and Li-polymer.
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