How does a battery work?

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Batteries work by oxidation and reduction reactions which involves transfer of electrons. A battery has two ends (cathode) a positive terminal and a (anode) negative terminal. When the two terminals are connected with a wire a circuit is formed hence a current of electricity is formed.
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