The charge and discharge process of lithium camper battery is the process of Li+ embedding and de-embedding in the positive and negative electrode materials, accompanied by the absorption and release of energy. When charging the lithium camper battery, Li+ de-embeds from the positive electrode material, reaches the negative electrode through the electrolyte, absorbs electrons and embeds into the negative electrode material, forming a compound with higher energy content.
Lithium camper battery is a rechargeable battery that mainly relies on the movement of lithium ions between the positive and negative electrodes to work. In the charging and discharging process, Li+ embeds and de-embeds between the two electrodes: when charging the battery, Li+ de-embeds from the positive electrode, embeds into the negative electrode through the electrolyte, and the negative electrode is in the rich lithium state; the opposite happens during discharging. Generally, batteries with lithium elements as electrode materials are used, which represent modern high-performance batteries.
The charge and discharge process of lithium camper battery is the process of lithium ion embedding and de-embedding. In the process of lithium ion embedding and de-embedding, the embedding and de-embedding of equivalent electrons with lithium ions are also involved (traditionally the positive electrode is represented by embedding or de-embedding, while the negative electrode is represented by inserting or extracting). During charging and discharging, lithium ions embed/de-embed between the positive and negative electrodes and insert/extract between them, which are metaphorically called rocking chair batteries.
When a battery is charged, lithium ions are generated on the positive electrode of the lithium camper battery, and the generated lithium ions move to the negative electrode through the electrolyte. As for the carbon layer structure of the negative electrode, it has many micro-pores. The lithium ions that reach the negative electrode embed into these micro-pores of the carbon layer. The more lithium ions that are embedded, the higher the charging capacity. Similarly, when the lithium camper battery is discharged, the lithium ions embedded in the negative electrode carbon layer come out and move back to the positive electrode. The more lithium ions that return to the positive electrode, the higher the discharge capacity.
Lithium batteries do not have memory effect. The best way to extend their lifespan is to charge them as needed rather than waiting for complete discharge. The charging frequency is not a problem, what affects the lifespan is the depth of the charge-discharge cycle. Therefore, the best way to maintain a lithium camper battery is to use it mildly and charge and discharge it slightly.
This is similar to the use of mechanical equipment. The more frequently and the more times it is used, the faster the battery will wear out. The smaller the depth of lithium camper battery discharge, the longer the usage time. If possible, avoid frequent complete charge and discharge. Charging the battery when it is used 10% or 20% is the best for users.
Charging when the remaining power is at 50% is also acceptable, but try to avoid charging when the low power prompt appears, and never discharge the battery completely under any circumstances.