Describe the processes occurring when charging the battery.

Hydrogen is released at the negative electrode and lead sulfate is converted back to pure lead. Oxygen is released on the other electrode, and lead sulfate is converted into lead oxide. The sulfuric acid concentration increases. At the end of charging, the voltage between the poles of the battery increases to 2.7 V.

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