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I doubt there was any cell reversal at all, especially since they returned to
2V at rest. Cell reversal suggests a dead cell while a resting voltage of
2V does not. From what others have described there was some poor quality
control in TS cells before 2009 or so.
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AMPhibian wrote:
> I doubt there was any cell reversal at all, especially since they returned to
> 2V at rest. Cell reversal suggests a dead cell while a resting voltage of
> 2V does not. From what others have described there was some poor quality
> control in TS cells before 2009 or so.
>
So have others with similar-vintage cells also had only 500-cycle-life
at lower continuous currents?

Matt, when are your cells from?

Cory
 
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