It features in this Li-ion laptop battery HP 2C124015 for pavilion dv2000 dv6000 that the electrolyte contained between its positive and negative pole can retain stability and needs excellent electrical conductivity, so as to reduce its internal resistance. Because this battery has very little memory effect whose principle is to crystallize, there will not take place any chemical reaction within this battery. But the capacity of this battery, after being charged and discharged for several times, will still be going down, the reason for which is too complicated to explain. One of the reasons for that is perhaps because there is a change in the materials themselves on its positive and negative pole.
From the point of view of the molecular layer, there is a gradual blockage in the lithium structure contained on its positive and negative pole; from the perspective of chemistry, it is the active passivation of materials on the two poles that makes for the chemical compound from the stable sub-reaction. All in all, the reduction of the amount of lithium happens during the free charge and discharge of the Li-ion laptop battery HP 2C124015 for pavilion dv2000 dv6000. It will be best if the lithium within the battery is not reduced and released too often, and the best way to prevent this phenomenon is to give the battery a rational charge and discharge.