Lithium Ion Battery: is a two times battery (rechargeable battery), it mainly relies on lithium ions in between the positive and negative movement to work. During charge and discharge, the li+ is embedded and li+ between two electrodes: when charging, the anode is removed from the anode, the anode is embedded in the cathode, the cathode is in the lithium-rich state, and the discharge is reversed.
Lithium battery is divided into lithium batteries and lithium-ion batteries. Mobile phones and laptops use lithium-ion batteries, commonly known as lithium batteries. Batteries typically contain lithium-containing materials as electrodes and represent modern high-performance batteries.
Lithium-ion batteries are easily confused with the following two types of batteries:
(1) Lithium battery: The anode is lithium metal.
(2) Lithium ion Battery: use non-aqueous liquid organic electrolyte.
(3) Lithium-ion polymer batteries: The use of polymers to gel liquid organic solvents, or directly with all solid-state electrolytes. Lithium-ion batteries generally use graphite-like carbon materials as the cathode.