Working Principle Of Lead Acid Battery
- Sep 18, 2018 -

Lead-acid battery charging and discharging is an electrochemical process. When charged, lead sulfate forms lead oxide, and lead oxide is reduced to lead sulfate. And lead sulfate is a very easy to crystallize material, when the electrolytic solution in the battery is too high lead sulfate concentration, or static idle for too long, it will "hug". These crystals, which then attract the lead sulfate around, form large, inert crystals like a snowball. When the crystallized lead sulfate is charged, it can not be reduced to lead oxide. This phenomenon is called vulcanization, which is often called aging. The battery capacity will gradually decrease until it becomes unusable.


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