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Lithium LiPoly batteries

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Abugaj01, Jun 26, 2004.

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  1. Abugaj01

    Abugaj01 Guest

    hey I was wondering what would happen if you tried to recharge a
    nonrechargeable LiPoly (Li-(CF)n) battery. I think you would make Lithium metal
    and fluroine gas, thus making a lithium-fluorine battery, about 6 volts.
    Anybody dare to give it a try?
  2. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Firstly, it cannot be re-charged; secondly make sure you are in
    another country...
  3. another country? Why?
  4. Karl Uppiano

    Karl Uppiano Guest

    I wonder what the fascination is with recharging non-rechargeable batteries?
    It's probably nothing a couple of semesters of college chemistry wouldn't
    cure, and it's probably less expensive than six months in the burn ward.
    Recharging non-rechargeable batteries is like trying to teach a pig to sing.
    It wastes your time and annoys the pig.
  5. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Other countries do not take lightly to having their real-estate
  6. Very dangerous for battery explosion. We have seen some bad accidents
    from this type of venture. The chemical makeup of this type of battery
    is not reversale, as batteries that were designed to be recharged.

    It is a lot safer to replace the battery than to experiment with this
    type of thing.

    Jerry G.
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