Subject: Why do Nickel-Cadmium batteries have a 'memory effect'?
Date: Tue May 25 23:11:15 1999
Posted by Nathan Yelton
Grade level: 10-12
School: Quincy High School
City: Quincy State/Province: IL
Area of science: Chemistry
People always say that NiCd batteries should be dischared
completely before recharging, otherwise they will only discharge
the same amount as they did the previous time when they were
recharged. Is there an electrochemical reason for this?
Re: Why do Nickel-Cadmium batteries have a 'memory effect'?
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