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Energy is an important material basis for human survival and social development, and an important cornerstone for national economy, national security and sustainable development.With the development of human society, people's demand for energy is increasing day by day, but the ecological environment is deteriorating, especially the increasingly severe global climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions. In recent years, this contradiction has become more severe.At present, China has become the world's largest energy production and consumption, China's demand for energy in the continuous growth, therefore, the adjustment of the energy structure is imminent: on the one hand to develop new energy to meet the demand, on the other hand we should be reasonable and effective use of renewable energy.
What is a lithium battery and its advantages and disadvantages
First of all, let's take a look at what is a lithium battery. In fact, the lithium battery is a lithium primary battery in a strict sense. It contains pure lithium metal and is a one-time, non-rechargeable battery. Due to its own high technical requirements, only a few companies in a few countries are producing such lithium metal batteries.
In recent days, the Tesla accident has caused incidents such as fires in vehicles, and once again pushed new energy vehicle batteries to the cusp.
Can I use a Polymer Li-ion battery while charging it?
Depends on the battery, the charger, and anything else attached to it.
On the basis of chemistry used for ions carrying electrolyte material, Lithium battery can be classified into Lithium ion and lithium Polymer.
Lithium metal batteries generate electricity by corrosion or oxidation of metallic lithium. When used up, they are discarded and cannot be charged. Therefore, they are also called primary batteries. Lithium-ion batteries use the difference in concentration of lithium ions for energy storage and discharge. Metal lithium is not present in the battery, so it is also called lithium secondary battery. Currently used in mobile phones, cameras, power tools, electric vehicles, energy storage, communication base stations and other rechargeable lithium batteries, are lithium-ion batteries. Most commonly used lithium batteries in the market are lithium-ion batteries, and everyone is used to abbreviate as lithium batteries. Lithium batteries are also mainly referred to as lithium-ion batteries.
According to recent reports from the US media, scientists have discovered a new type of battery technology that allows batteries to be recharged hundreds of thousands of times without attenuation. We all know that for mobile phone lithium polymer batteries, the total capacity of charging and discharging 500-1000 batteries will be reduced to only 80% of the previous capacity. After this technology appears, the battery life will increase greatly, for electric vehicles, etc. The field will obviously help.
Researchers have developed a model to determine the lifetime costs of 9 electricity storage technologies for 12 different applications between 2015 and 2050. The model, which predicts lithium-ion batteries to be the cheapest technology in the coming decades.