Lithium Battery Guide
Is your bike battery losing charge? We’ll begin a single use alkaline battery. Once you connect the battery to any circuit, the chemical reaction takes place, and transform chemical energy into electrical energy. During this process, as long as transformation occurs, the cells will keep powering the circuit. However, once the source dries up, the battery is no longer useful. Similarly, Lithium batteries ion batteries also discharge, but the rate of discharge varies and the principle of recharging makes it standout as preferred bike battery.
Lithium ion battery lose their charge and discharge, and during this process an adverse chemical reaction causes the battery to discharge. You may get confused as how does the discharge occur? The process of discharge occurs due to cervices and nooks that build-up due unsmooth surface. When the battery is charged, electrons flow from nickel composite +VE electrode and moves toward –VE electrode. During this process, the ions begin to develop in those narrow space in the form of white crystals. As a result, crystal substance build up increases and results in lost capacity. This reduces the columbic efficiency of you battery. The next time you look out for your bike battery, be mindful of the technicalities of battery. Buying a larger battery provides you more power, but have low charge cycle compared to OEM provided battery.