Lithium batteries vs storage battery

We often see a lot of information about batteries, and some people may think that this battery is a lithium battery. In fact, this kind of recognition is incorrect. Most of the information about batteries generally refers to lead-acid batteries, while lithium batteries normally refer to lithium batteries and cannot be generalized. Their raw materials are different
Lithium batteries are a type of rechargeable battery that uses lithium metal materials or lithium aluminum alloys as the positive electrode material and uses non-aqueous solutions. In 1912, lithium-metal batteries were first developed by Gilbert N Lewis clearly proposed and discussed.
In the 1970s, M S. WhitTingham clearly proposed and discussed lithium batteries in general. Due to the cheerful organic chemical characteristics of lithium metal materials, the production, processing, storage, and application of lithium metal materials have high requirements for the natural environment. Therefore, lithium batteries have not been applied for a long time. With the development trend of technological progress, lithium batteries have already become mainstream. A Storage Battery is a mechanical device that immediately converts chemical energy into electromagnetic energy. It is a rechargeable battery planned according to the overall plan of rechargeable batteries, and recharges according to reversible chemical changes. It generally refers to lead-acid batteries. It is a type of rechargeable battery in the charging pool and is classified as a secondary battery.
Its principle: When charging a battery, external electromagnetic energy is used to regenerate the active substances inside, storing the electromagnetic energy as chemical energy. It is required to convert the chemical energy into electromagnetic energy again during charging and discharging, such as common mobile phones in daily life.
Lithium ion batteries and batteries have long been able to be displayed together, indicating that they have something in common, which is the basic similarity in functionality. Both are stored as power supply system items. However, in this article, we focus on discussing the differences between the two, so we will not have this evaluation for the similarities between the two. Lithium ion batteries and batteries have similar functions. The operating temperature of a battery is generally set between 20 ℃ and 25 ℃. When it is less than 15 ℃, its charging and discharging capacity decreases. For every 1 ℃ decrease in temperature, its capacity decreases by 1%. However, if the temperature is too high (exceeding 30 ℃), its lifespan will be greatly shortened.
Quality energy density (WH/kg): Lithium batteries are 100-150 and batteries are 30-50. Battery charging level: Lithium batteries have no recall effect; Rechargeable batteries can be charged anytime and anywhere. Lithium batteries have a low lifespan, with a monthly lifespan of less than 1%. Rechargeable batteries can be stored for a long time; Strong driving force, capable of fast charging and discharging, covering over 80% in 20 minutes, and fully discharging in 15 minutes.
There is a significant difference between batteries and lithium batteries, which depends on the level of environmental protection. In this era that values green environmental protection, charging batteries with high efficiency in environmental protection can better integrate into the trend of development and fashion, in order to obtain more widespread applications. In today's world, lithium batteries are distributed in many aspects of people's lives, whether it is electronic products,
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