Lithium battery case characteristics

- Jul 29, 2019-

Shell characteristics

Lithium, atomic number 3, atomic weight 6.941, is the lightest alkali metal element. In order to improve safety and voltage, scientists have invented materials such as graphite and lithium cobalt oxide to store lithium atoms. The molecular structure of these materials forms a nanoscale fine storage grid that can be used to store lithium atoms. In this way, even if the battery casing is broken and oxygen enters, the oxygen molecules are too large to enter these fine cells, so that the lithium atoms do not come into contact with oxygen to avoid explosion.