Batteries that have lithium as their anode is called lithium batteries. The charge moves from anode to cathode during discharge and cathode to anode during charging. Lithium batteries were introduced way back in the 1980-the 1990s. These batteries have completely revolutionized the portable electronics market such as cellular telephones and laptop computers.

How Lithium Battery Works?

Lithium Battery is an electrical device that is made up of combinations of Lithium cells. Today lithium batteries are finding increased applications in electronics, electric cars, and solar markets. Given its lightweight, high energy density and efficiency, lithium batteries are used in a wide range of portable consumer electronic devices, medical equipment, power backups, solar storage and in electric vehicles.