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Battery beyond capacity?

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  1. Gracek

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    Theoretical question:
    If I would charge my device from 0% to 100% in temperature -10C (14F) and then go to very hot place and battery temperature would be 50C (122F) could battery explode, because with higher temperatures atoms space between atoms are expanding?

    I am very curious about it, just asking.
     

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  2. lunatic59

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    It wouldn't warm up fast enough for anything catastrophic to happen. Besides, the charge cycle is not controlled by temperature, but by battery capacity. 10
     
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    Thank You for answer. Thread can be closed.
     
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    Cool question! :beer:
     
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