Lithium-ion batteries are essential to modern technology, powering cell phones, laptops, medical devices and even electric vehicles.
Manufacturers commonly use lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide in these batteries rather than lithium metal. Although lithium is a key ingredient in lithium-ion batteries, they also include other metals, such as cobalt, graphite and nickel.
But which lithium-ion battery types are used for which applications? There is more than one type of lithium-ion battery, and not all are created equal. We’ve outlined six lithium-ion battery types below, as well as their compositions and common uses. Read on to learn more about this exciting technology.
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