At present, most of the positive electrode slurry belongs to the oily slurry, and the negative electrode basically belongs to the aqueous slurry.
One of the differences is the difference in solvent. The positive electrode slurry uses NMP as a solvent, and the negative electrode slurry uses deionized water as a solvent.
The second difference lies in the difference of adhesives. Most of the positive electrode slurry uses PVDF as the binder, and the negative electrode slurry mostly uses CMC and SBR as the binder.