My Psp Can't Be Played Without Battery?

my psp can't be played without battery?

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It sounds like it might be bricked. If you have a TA-088 motherboard, then that's going to be hard to unbrick. If it's a psp 1000 (fat) or 2000 (slim) then you can buy a pandora battery and magic memory stick. The best site is PandoraSales. If it is a psp 3000 (bright), then good luck. you can play the psp without a battery, as long as it's plugged into an ac adaptor.

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Battery "L", 1st Illinois Light Artillery Regiment

Battery "L", 1st Illinois Light Artillery Regiment was an artillery battery from Illinois that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. The battery was organized in February 1862 at Chicago and guarded prisoners until June 1862. The battery spent the remainder of the war on guard duty in West Virginia without seeing any major actions. The soldiers were mustered out in July 1865

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2nd Arkansas Field Battery

The 2nd Arkansas Field Battery (1861-1865) was a Confederate Army artillery battery during the American Civil War. Also known as: Dallas Artillery and Hart's Arkansas Battery. The battery was re-organized on two occasions. Following a charge of cowardice during Battle of Pea Ridge, the battery was ordered to disband. After being cleared of that charge the battery was reorganized and served until it was captured at the Battle of Arkansas Post. After being exchanged and re-organized for the second time, it served until the final surrender of Confederate forces in May 1865.

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What is the volume of gases liberated when a battery is charged?

NOT Always. Just explaining how? Lead-Acid Battery comes under Secondary cells. An LA battery usually has plates of lead & lead oxide (when fully charged) or lead sulfate (when fully discharged) in an electrolyte of 35% sulfuric acid and 65% water solution. Indeed, Over-charging could lead to evolution of hydrogen and oxygen due to electrolysis of water. Actually it's a reversible reaction.An understandable (overall) reaction while charging,$$PbO_2Pb2H_2SO_4 to 2PbSO_42H_2O$$Actual Chemical reaction:During charging, $$PbSO_4^2-to PbSO_42e^-(anode)$$ $$PbO_2SO_4^2-4H^2e^-to PbSO_42H_2O (cathode)$$As a lead-acid battery charge nears completion, $H_2$ gas is liberated at the negative plate, and $O_2$ gas is liberated at the positive plate. This action occurs 'cause the current required to charge the battery exceeds the current necessary to reduce the remaining amount of lead sulfate on the plates. The excess current ionizes the water in the electrolyte. $H_2$ being less dense than air, leaks out of the battery. The hydrogen gas that batteries make when charging is very explosive. Thus, $H_2$ is emitted only when the charging current exceeds the current causing electrolysis. BUT, Caution is must while doing home-experiments here. Also If temperature exceeds, $H_2$ and $O_2$ gases expand and BOOM. Maybe that's why a battery should not near 50 C.It could be seen from the graph that $H_2$ is emitted anyways. But, The rate of emission depends on how much percent the battery has been charged. It's better to charge the battery between 40% - 70% (safety limit) for a longer lifetime which is ideal in everyday life. But, I am quite sure that, it varies over the time of charging. BTW, Lower Flammability limits (a critical limit mentioned in percent-volume, above which mixture of air and the gas would possibly ignite) are used for calculating the explosion of batteries. For hydrogen, It's 4.00 %-volume.More than just current, number of electrons & voltage are required for estimating that. This paper would be useful to burst your brains out. What I would suggest - Do some titration.

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Reserve battery

A reserve battery, also called stand-by battery, is a primary battery where part is isolated until the battery needs to be used. When long storage is required, reserve batteries are often used, since the active chemicals of the cell are segregated until needed, thus reducing self-discharge. A reserve battery is distinguished from a backup battery, in that a reserve battery is inert until it is activated, while a backup battery is already functional, even if it is not delivering current.

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Verne High Angle Battery

The Verne High Angle Battery is a former 19th-century gun battery on the Isle of Portland in Dorset, England. Situated close to the Verne Citadel, the battery is Grade II Listed, and forms part of the citadel's scheduled monument status. The battery has become a tourist attraction, while the battery's tunnels are often referred to by their local name 'Ghost Tunnels'. .

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