All electrical batteries rely on the fundamental chemical reaction of reduction and oxidation that can act between two different materials’ response reactions located in a closed and sealed space. First, the cathode or positive terminal is reduced by the anode, or negative terminal, where oxidization happens. Then, the cathode and anode are separated by an electrolyte that lets electrons flow from one terminal to the other. This flow of electrons creates an electrical potential, allowing an electric current while a circuit completes. Our catalyst generates a large volume of electrons that can flow between the cathode and anode and will increase the voltages several times rather than the new battery in the current market.