Mobile phone makes accidents? Occasionally, it is the main reason for accidents in roads and railway tracks. How it happens? Answer is simple. Due to cognitive loading and in attention blindness, the user gives more priority to the cellphone talk than the social situation. With the advancement of technology and a sudden drop in the cost of cellphone use, every person has a cellphone in his pocket or bag. But majority ignore the facts like how, where or when it should be used. Let us see the impacts of cellphone use in public life and how it leads to accidents.
Rarely, but possible if a damaged battery is over charged.Improper maintenance and unnecessary charging may results in battery damage. The reasons for explosion may be a damaged battery, over charging, overheating, voltage spikes and lightning during charging etc. Mobile phone battery has Lithium Ion chemistry and is long lasting and maintenance free. Proper charging and discharging are necessary to maintain its life. If well maintained, the battery can be in top condition for more than three years. Over charging is the major cause of battery damage. It is better to charge the battery only when its charge indicator drops to 20% charge level. Unplug the charger after 1 hour when the charging process completes. Do not allow overnight charging. Also use a good charger that can give sufficient current for charging. The major cause of the battery explosion is gas accumulation inside the battery since there is no vent to release the gas. This occurs only when the battery deteriorates due to aging. The lithium battery has flat surface but the battery bulges out when the gas accumulates. A simple trick can be used to check this. Place the battery on an even surface and rotate. A good battery will not rotate while a bulged one will rotate. Replace this battery immediately. A word of Caution– don’t use cell phone while charging. Our head is valuable than the Cellphone. Let us see more about the Mobile phone battery.
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