Memory effect

What is known as “memory effect” can occur in nickel cadmium batteries. These batteries have a “memory”, so to speak, and should be completely discharged before they are recharged. If this is ignored too often, the battery seems to “remember” the energy requirement. Over time, the charge capacity diminishes, which causes the battery to become flat faster when it is used. This effect does not occur in lithium-ion batteries.

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