Publication date: 2018-06-06 05:51
In one of the Slack teams I’m in, a colleague posted a photo of a battery he removed from a MacBook Air. He replaced the battery just fine, but one of the cells looked like it had been inflated like a balloon. I warned him to take care, and in the resulting discussion, realized it’s not common knowledge that it’s not just a defectively designed Samsung Note7 battery that can cause fires and damage.
The batteries came fully charged - which initially pleased me as the NiMH ones I last ordered on Ebay had to be charged before use.
My previous comment:
my laptop’s new Li-ion battery, with an impressive time period of more than two hours, just stopped working. I can not understand why… may be it was over-heated!
What I want to ask is Why it stopped working at once as its cells were pretty good?
and If cells are still good, then can it be repaired?
Metals carry a positive charge. Hydrogen carries a positive charge too. So Hydrogen is the lightest of all metals, with an atomic mass of only 6, where Lithium is 8.
My employer just invested in a new universal remote that has a lithium ion battery in it. It is replacing another remote that also used a lithium ion battery. The battery on the old remote didn 8767 t seem to last longer than a year. I live on an island that is very humid and surrounded by the ocean, it doesn 8767 t sound like it is worth keeping an extra battery around, should the current one start to fail. I need to make sure that remote is always operational. Any suggestions?
As a matter of fact there are Lithium-ion battery, at the positive end there is an additional ring for / charging and the center is output.
It is more expensive for sure but the matter is it does exist.
Right now, solar panels are horrendously inefficient. Basically, they suck. The Fisker Karma had a solar roof and it gave just 6 mile of additional range, but this has to change. Elon Musk is putting serious work into the solar roof, nanotechnology will provide a quantum leap all on its own, and future solar panels are going to be so much better.
Or if it did not matter that nobody cleaned anything because there was no way to save it and if that 8767 s why they never came back because they knew it would not help?
Newer battery technology with Carbon nanotubes will make Lithium Ion and other current technologies obsolete in 5-65 years. Technology is moving at an exponential pace. Gotta love living in today 8767 s time!