Experimental validation of the recovery effect in batteries for wearable sensors and healthcare devices discovering the existence of hidden time constants

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Arora, Harneet; Sherratt, R. Simon; Janko, Balazs; Harwin, William;

Wearable sensors and healthcare devices use small lightweight batteries to power their typical operations of monitoring and tracking. It becomes absolutely vital to effectively utilise all the available battery charge for device longevity between charges. The electroche... View more
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