Electric batteries have changed how we power countless electrical devices, allowing for a portable solution for powered systems with the ability to be recharged. Batteries come in many shapes and sizes to cater towards differing needs, the lithium-ion battery in particular being one of the most advanced and popular types. Lithium-ion batteries contain various lithium ions and electrodes, both of which are separated by the anode and cathode of the battery, respectively. As the lithium ions push into the cathode through a micro-permeable separator, they will recombine with electrons and neutralize. As the lithium-ion battery operates, it will create a very high voltage and benefit a device with its ample charge storage in regard to mass and volume.