kindly assist in number 1 part b
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Battery Self-Discharge Effect.
Explain why when a battery runs out, when it’s left unused for some time, it gives a higher voltage again
Batteries work by converting chemical energy into electrical energy. When a battery is discharged, it means that the chemical reactions that generate electricity have reached a state where they can no longer produce a sufficient amount of electrical energy. As a result, the voltage of the battery decreases, and it cannot provide power to the device it is connected to.
However, when a battery is left unused for some time, the chemical reactions within the battery can partially reverse. This means that some of the chemical energy that was used up during the discharge process can be restored, leading to an increase in the voltage of the battery.
This effect is known as self-discharge, and it occurs in all batteries to some extent. The rate at which self-discharge occurs depends on various factors such as the type of battery, its age, and the environmental conditions in which it is stored.