The term "desulfation" refers to a forced process that returns the initial density of the electrolyte solution by applying certain current pulses that break these crystals apart (breaking the molecular bonds between lead ions and acid sulfate ions), allowing the battery to resume normal operation.
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- How does the ammeter of the battery charger work?
- How can I check if my battery needs to be recharged?
- How to choose the right charger?
- Can I use the same charger for the car and the motorcycle?
- How long does it take to charge a battery?
- I can't find the battery in the engine compartment. Can i recharge the battery?
- What happens if I forget to unplug the Traditional charger?
- How does the car battery charger work?
- How do you see if the battery is charged?
- What happens if I forget to unplug the inverter charger?