lithium polymer battery

What is Lithium Polymer Battery

Lithium polymer (Li-Po or LiPo) battery is a rechargeable battery that uses a polymer electrolyte instead of a liquid electrolyte. The main difference between traditional lithium-ion batteries and lithium-polymer batteries is the electrolyte. Lithium-ion batteries use a liquid electrolyte, while lithium polymer batteries use a solid or gel-like polymer electrolyte. This allows greater flexibility in battery design and packaging, making it particularly suitable for applications where space and weight are critical factors.

Lithium polymer batteries are commonly used in a variety of electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and remote control vehicles. They are popular for their high energy density, lightweight design, and ability to be molded into different shapes. However, it is important to note that lithium polymer batteries require special care to avoid overcharging, over-discharging, and other misuse, as improper handling can cause safety issues such as swelling.

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