Ion accumulators, also known as rechargeable batteries, are energy storage devices that use chemical reactions to store and release electrical energy. They are widely used in various applications, including portable electronics, electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, and more. The most common types of ion accumulators include lithium-ion (Li-ion), nickel-metal hydride (NiMH), and lead-acid batteries.
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