Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery
During the charging process, part of the lithium ions in the lithium iron phosphate are released, transferred to the negative electrode through the electrolyte, and embedded in the negative electrode carbon material; at the same time, electrons are released from the positive electrode and reach the negative electrode from the external circuit to maintain the balance of the chemical reaction.
During the discharge process, lithium ions are extracted from the negative electrode and reach the positive electrode through the electrolyte. At the same time, the negative electrode releases electrons and reaches the positive electrode from the external circuit to provide energy for the outside world.
Lithium iron phosphate battery has the advantages of high working voltage, high energy density, long cycle life, excellent safety performance, low self-discharge rate and no memory effect.
Ternary Polymer Lithium Battery
Ternary polymer lithium battery refers to a lithium battery that uses lithium nickel cobalt manganite (Li (NiCoMn) O2) or lithium nickel cobalt aluminate as the cathode material. The ternary composite cathode material is nickel salt, cobalt salt, and manganese salt as raw materials, the ratio of nickel, cobalt and manganese inside can be adjusted according to actual needs. The battery with ternary material as the positive electrode is safer than the lithium cobalt oxide battery.
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