Lithium-ion batteries using lithium alloy metal oxides as cathode materials, graphite as anode material, use of non-electrolyte batteries.
The high energy density of lithium metal batteries, theoretically can reach 3860 w/kg. But by its very nature is not stable and cannot be charged, so cannot be used as repeated use of battery. Recharged lithium-ion battery with capacity development as the main power battery. But because of its different elements, consisting of cathode materials in all aspects of performance vary widely, led to increased trade disputes on cathode materials for the course.
Usually we say the most batteries include lithium iron phosphate battery, lithium manganese batteries, lithium-ion batteries and ternary lithium cobalt oxide batteries (ternary NI-co-MN).