C: The ratio used to indicate the charge and discharge current of the battery, that is, the magnification. Charge/discharge rate = charge/discharge current / rated capacity, such as a 1200 mAh battery, 0.2 C means 240 mA (0.2 mA of 1200 mAh), and 1 C means 1200 mA (1 rate of 1200 mAh).
1. Lithium metal battery:
A lithium metal battery is generally a battery using manganese dioxide as a positive electrode material, metallic lithium or an alloy metal thereof as a negative electrode material, and a nonaqueous electrolyte solution.
2, the basic principle of lithium battery
Discharge reaction: Li+MnO2=LiMnO2
3. Lithium-ion battery:
A lithium ion battery is generally a battery using a lithium alloy metal oxide as a positive electrode material, graphite as a negative electrode material, and a nonaqueous electrolyte.
Rechargeable battery total reaction: LiCoO2+6C = Li(1-x)CoO2+LixC6