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How Can You Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer?
Be sure to charge your phones so you can view the resource. An informative YouTube video in the ACS Reactions playlist describes how lithium-ion batteries work. It also gives three tips for how to make cell phone batteries last longer.
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- Have the class research the battery life of different batteries
- Pupils should be familiar with cathodes and anodes
- Expects a basic knowledge of electric currents
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