Lithium-ion batteries: a secondary battery (rechargeable battery), which mainly relies on the lithium ions to move between cathode and anode to work. In the process of charging and discharging, Li+ between the two electrodes embedded and the embedded: when charging Li+ from the anode block removal after embedded negative electrolyte, anode in lithium-rich state; when, on the contrary. Battery lithium-containing materials used as electrode, is a representative of modern high performance batteries.
Into lithium-ion batteries lithium batteries and lithium-ion batteries. Mobile phones and laptops use lithium ion batteries, usually known as its lithium-ion battery, and lithium-ion batteries because of the risk of large, rarely used in everyday electronics.
Easily confused with two batteries of lithium-ion batteries:
(1) lithium battery: lithium element exists.
(2) lithium ion polymer battery: replaced by polymers in liquid organic solvent.
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