AnonD-555834, 11 Oct 2016what make's the battery to explode ?Hmm... it'll be hard explaining without going onto details. but if you ask it so badly. I'll try to explain.
in every battery. no matter if it's a smartphone's. your typical remote control or even a watch (!!) there are 3 main components. the Anode (Plus zone) the cell which contains some chemical components to allow transitions of electricity. and a Cathode (Minus Zone) the more of the chemical substances you got. the more "mAh" you got. shortly said. the batteries that work in smartphones are of the rechargable battery. which contains two cells. one of the Electrochemical substances. which your smartphone consumes. and electrolitical. that converts back the substances to reusable mode.
the substances I am talking about. are Lithium and Graphite (Carbon mainly) in the case relevant to our case.
Now. why would a battery explode:
there are few reasons to that.
1. Either the Anode or Cathode create TOO MUCH electricity. which may lead to faulty in creating the so needed energy to power the device.
2. unbalanced amounts of either Lithium or Graphite. a functional battery starts out always with 50/50 ratio when 100% charged
3. "Age" of the battery:
well... this one is quite hard to understand. but Li-ion batteries are capable of passing a certain amount of charges. the more you pass. the less energy you get with each time. (after a year. you got 90% of the original amount, 2 years: and it's down to 75% etc)
it also comes with a "last date to use" much alike your fav cornflakes or the drink you are probably sipping while reading this. if a battery is passes the "last date to use". it's chances to immolate rises exponentially.
my fav reason:
4. User's mistakes.
SOMETIMES. not always. it's you. that you are causing the explosions. not the company.
have you noticed that you can't store a battery in over 50°C/122°F zones? or under 0°C/32°F areas? those substances are very sensetive. and might react more fiercely or slower than expected if such conditions are met. which again. might cause an immolation. what you call "BOOM".
I am a excel BA in chemistry. hence all the information.
I hope I helped you. and anyone else.
yes, Note 7 really did that. But instead of market, Samsung was blown.
AnonD-555834, 11 Oct 2016why samsung skip note 6 ?Because they believe Note 7 is gonna blow the market
AzureLord, 11 Oct 2016it won't. the faulty in samsung was BATTERY. not the SoC.what make's the battery to explode ?
AnonD-596313, 11 Oct 2016it went into mass destruction not mass production................went are these cringy coments gona stop ffs
I hope the autodestruction function have been removed from the chip.
it went into mass destruction not mass production................
[deleted post]Go back to your room, take your pills, and get some rest.
[deleted post]wow u really need to read the second check of the posting rules specially the last part which u seem lacking, and posting the same troll words in all ur comments, how laughable