File:Charge discharge secondary batterie.png

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English: During discharging a secondary batterie, the positive electrode is an cathode and the negative is an anode. On the other hand during charging, the positive electrode is a anode and the negative is a cathode.
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Positive and negative electrode vs. anode and cathode for a secondary batterie

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