Battery of a Mobile Phone Burst

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I’ve been recently facing some problems about the Battery Burst and sometimes it turns into flame. Why does a Battery of a Mobile Phone Burst? 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #103980

Battery of a Mobile Phone Burst

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Battery bursts when it is subjected to high temperature, especially the lithium ion batteries. Not only because of maybe a hot temperature of the environment, but it can also happen when you overcharge your phone and the cell rupture to get a short circuit. The anode produces heat and the cathode produces oxygen that can cause fire when combined. Batteries at the present has safety features such as vent for the pressure relief, shut-down separator for overtemperature, tear-away tab for internal pressure relief and a thermal interrupt in cases of over current/charging. But in order to avoid the risk of having a blown up battery, make sure that you do not overcharge your phone.

Answered By 565000 points N/A #103982

Battery of a Mobile Phone Burst

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The reason why the battery of a mobile phone bursts or explodes is because of overcharging. If you frequently charge your phone though the battery is not yet low, it can damage your battery in the long run and if overcharged it can explode together with the handset. The battery explodes because of extreme heat as a result of overcharging.

If you want to prolong the life of your battery, charge your phone properly. If your handset is not yet low on battery, wait until your device alerts you that it is low on battery before charging it. You can also charge it if it is already below 25 percent [25%].

But don’t charge it if it is still 50 percent [50%] or higher because it can also damage the battery if you frequently do it. Don’t leave your phone in your house with a connected charger. When charging your device, place it on a flat surface. Don’t put it on top of a pillow because the pillow will only absorb the heat from the battery.

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