Batteries work by converting the chemical energy stored in them into electricity. Batteries normally comprise of electrochemical devices like more than one galvanic cells, fuel cells or flow cells. The earliest form or the closest thing to the batteries was known as the Baghdad Batteries which were there around between 250 BC and 640 AD.
The development of modern batteries was started post 1800s with the research and development of “voltaic pile” made by Italian physicist Alessandro Volta. There is some amount of proof and evidence that between 250 BC and 640 AD Baghdad batteries were used as galvanic cells.
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