Lithium-ion cell

A lithium-ion cell is a secondary cell ("rechargeable battery") that uses a lithium compound as its cathode (positive terminal) material, and typically graphite as the anode (negative terminal) material. Lithium-ion cells feature high energy density and low self-discharge, making them ideal for a variety devices including mobile phones and electric vehicle batteries.

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