Four tips to extend the life of lithium-ion batteries
Over time, almost all components of the battery will degrade, including the anode, cathode, electrolyte, separator and current collector. In a new study, the research team identified several important factors that lead to battery degradation, all of which can be prevented.
First, prevent exposure to high and low temperatures, especially during charging. If your phone is hot on the Charger
, remove it. Likewise, prevent charging in extremely cold conditions. Extreme temperatures may accelerate the degradation of almost all battery components. As a guide, if the temperature exceeds the range of 10-35C, please do not charge.
Second, the battery hates being too full or too little. Ideally, you should never let them charge more than 80% or discharge them to less than 20%, because going out of range on either side will stress and degrade the lithium-ion battery. If you want a fully charged battery, please continue to charge it fully. Once it reaches 100% capacity, immediately remove it from the Charger
Third, if possible, prevent rapid charging and discharging. Fast chargers seem convenient, but high current will heat up and degrade the battery faster than slow current charging. The same is true for high discharge rates. Power-hungry applications will be detrimental to your battery and shorten its lifespan.
Finally, prevent the use or storage of lithium-ion batteries in humid environments, and prevent mechanical damage, such as punctures.
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