First law In any battery, energy and power will play against each other; increasing one will lead to the loss of the other.

Second law Any battery that is widely commercialized will operate at a voltage higher than its thermodynamic stability window.

Third law Of the four metrics batteries are graded on for a given application (i.e., performance, cost, life, and safety), typically, only two can be simultaneously achieved. If the battery is designed to also perform satisfactorily on a third metric, it will fail spectacularly on the fourth.
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The Three Laws of Batteries (and a Bonus Zeroth Law)