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ACER AO753-N32C/KF Replacement Battery 4400mAh 11.1V Black Li-ion
|Battery Description:||Battery For AO753-N32C/KF|
|Battery Type:||Rechargerable Li-ion Battery|
|Battery Size:||203.20 x 48.50 x 21.00mm|
|Battery Cells:||Grade A, 6 Cells|
|Condition:||Brand New, Replacement Battery, 1 Year Warranty|
|Buy Note:||For correct laptop battery, Pls carefully check original battery's shape, model, volt, interface location, fixed screw hole location, number of wires...|
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Compatibility Of This AO753-N32C/KF Laptop BatteryThis AO753-N32C/KF Laptop Battery Compatible Follow Original Battery Number:
6112111132, AK.006BT.073, AK006BT073, AL10C31, AL10D56, BT.00603.113, BT.00605.064, BT00603113, BT00605064, LC.BTP00.130, LCBTP00130, NCR-B/663AE, NCR-B663AE
This AO753-N32C/KF Laptop Battery Can Work With Follow Laptop:
AO721-3070 , AO721-3574 , AO753-N32C/K, AO753-N32C/KF, AO753-N32C/S , AO753-N32C/SF, AO753-U342ss , APSIRE 1551-3876 , AS1551-4755 , AS1830T-3505 , AS1830T-3721 , AS1830T-3927 , Aspire 1551 Series , Aspire 1551-4755 , Aspire 1830T-3505 , Aspire 1830T-3721 , Aspire 1830T-3927 , Aspire One 721 Series , Aspire One 721-3070 , Aspire One 721-3574 , Aspire One 753 Series , Aspire One 753-N32C/K , Aspire One 753-N32C/KF , Aspire One 753-N32C/S , Aspire One 753-N32C/SF , Aspire One 753-U342ss , TimelineX 1830T
Question about AO753-N32C/KF laptop battery ( From internet ):
The more you use your AO753-N32C/KFbattery the quicker it loses its "charge." Batteries have a limited number of "cycles" (or charges and discharges). This number used to be in the low 100s about five years ago, but is now reaching the point of almost 1000.
Honestly, if you use your battery regularly, I would expect it to lat as long as yours has. It's sort of just the expense involved with using a laptop regularly. Think of it like your car: Parts wear out.
It's a problem that scientists have struggled to solve because they couldn't figure out what was causing such sudden and rapid battery deterioration.
But now researchers at the US Department of Energy have identified why rechargeable batteries lose their ability to hold a charge over time.
Working with lithium-ion batteries, which are the most commonly used type of battery in consumer devices, the researchers were able to map their charge and discharge process down to a few billionths of a metre to find exactly how degradation occurs.
Their research appears in a pair of studies published by Nature Communications, and according to Matt Safford at Smithsonian Magazine, two main culprits in battery degradation were identified:
"The first: microscopic vulnerabilities in the structure of the battery material steer the lithium ions haphazardly through the cell, eroding the battery in seemingly random ways, much like rust spreads across imperfections in steel.
In the second study, focused on finding the best balance between voltage, storage capacity and maximum charge cycles, researchers not only found similar issues with the ion flow, but also tiny accumulations of nano-scale crystals