A battery is based on the principle of electrochemical conversion and is comprised of multiple galvanized elements or cells which are brought together in a functional unit. A cell is comprised of two electrodes (anode and cathode) which are electrically separated by a thin, finely porous membrane and connected by an ionically conductive electrolyte fluid. The electrodes generally consist of an active material, are electrically conductive and are the energy source of the cell. During an energy delivery process, the discharge, electrochemical energy is converted into electrical energy as electrodes move from the anode to the cathode. This process allows electrical devices to be run.