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Disposable (or "primary") batteries typically lose 8 to 20 percent of their original charge every year at room temperature (20°–30°C). This is known as the "self discharge" rate, and is due to non-current-producing "side" chemical reactions which occur within the cell even if no load is applied. The rate of the side reactions is reduced if the batteries are stored at lower temperature, although some batteries can be damaged by freezing.

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the way up to heavenBattery lifetimePrimary BatteriesDisposable (or "primary") batteries typically lose 8 to 20 percent of their original charge every year at room temperature (2030C).This is known as the "self discharge" rate, and is due to non-current-producing "side" chemical reactions which occur within the cell even if no load is applied. The rate of the side reactions is reduced if the batteries are stored at lower temperature, although some batteries can be damaged by freezing. High or low working temperatures may reduce battery performance. This will affect the initial v

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