In lithium-ion batteries. How does electric current make the lithium ions move from one electrode to another?

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In lithium-ion batteries. How does electric current make the lithium ions move from one electrode to another?

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Electrons are minus charge, while Li is plus. As electrons accumulate on the anode due to a charging voltage and current, the Li+ wants to balance it out. So lithium ions migrate from the cathode to the electrode to accomplish this.