Nowadays, you can buy a shelf full of vibrators that run on a wall plug or are rechargeable, allowing you to have a naughty night session without having to scavenge your sextoy batteries out of the TV remote. However, the large majority of sex toys, and handheld electronic goods in general, come with batteries.
First, lets look at the basics of Sextoy Batteries:
A battery generally has three segments; anode, cathode, and electrolyte. The positive end of the battery is the cathode, the negative is the anode, and the area storing the charged particles is the electrolyte. The electrolyte allows ions/charge particles to move between the anode and cathode, which allows a current to flow through the system creating electricity.
An ion is a nucleus of an atom or a molecule that has a net charge, either due to the molecule having too many or not enough electrons. This net charge allows molecules to either take or release electrons in an effort to balance their charge, making a flow of electrons between molecules, creating an electric current.
So, basically, we have stored some unstable atoms into a little metal container, and when a conductive material is attached to the anode and cathode, we are allowing those atoms to degrade into their stable state, while we take the extra electrons and use them to do our biding.
Once the electrons have left the cathode and enter the anode, you can insert them back into the atoms from which they came, and potentially recharge your battery forever. Unfortunately, a lot of energy is lost, either in thermal or mechanical energy, resulting in a much lower amount of electrons each time the battery is used.
Without a destination, the electrons will just stay sitting wherever there is less negative charge. For this reason, a battery needs not only the source of the energy (electrolytes) but also needs somewhere to go (anode). Without a anode, you have free flowing plasma, also know as fire, or lightning.
So just to summaries; Batteries have a cathode +, anode -, and electrolyte; batteries work by creating a flow of electrons from the cathode to the anode, provided by the net negative charge of the ions; Batteries, like your body work off the principles of chemistry, to produce energy from the fusion, fission, and flow of electrons. You might want to know how to make your sextoy batteries last .
Sextoy Batteries Selection
Batteries come in all shapes and sizes for different purposes. The ones you would be most familiar with are the AA, AAA, C, and D size batteries. The size of the battery is just an indicator of the amount of electrolyte it holds. Really there are only two things you need to know when buying a battery; what size will fit in the cartridge (this doesn’t leave you much choice for size), and whether you want a primary or secondary battery. The latter is the more important part, as you don’t often get to choose what size battery you can use with your toys.
- A primary battery is a irreversible transition of chemical energy (ions) into electrical energy (flowing electrons). When the supply of potential chemical energy (electrolyte) is exhausted, energy cannot be readily restored to the battery.
- Secondary sextoy Batteries can be recharged. You can recharge these types of batteries by introducing a supply of electrical energy to the cell, essentially, reintroducing electrons into the electrolyte.
You can get a large range of chemical compositions inside the battery cell, ranging from wet cell (liquid electrolyte) to dry cell (paste electrolyte); Lithium ions to Silver-oxide. The more we learn about physics, the better the improvements and safety to batteries, and the longer cell life.
Sextoy Batteries should be stored in a dry location at room temperature to avoid condensation in and outside of the battery. Batteries contain some toxic materials, and may be prone to leakage. You should always be careful when working with toxic materials and electricity, no matter the size, age, or condition of the battery.
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