Lithium titanateLike lithium-nickel-cobalt-aluminum batteries, lithium-titanate (a compound containing lithium and titanium) batteries have recently come to the attention of the EV and grid-storage industries, although they are also used in computer batteries. This type of battery chemistry has been around since the 1980s and can replace graphite in the anode of the typical lithium-ion battery. Unlike lithium-nickel-cobalt-aluminum, lithium titanate is highly safety. Batteries using this chemistry display low-temperature performance and a long life span as well as a fast recharging capability that is superior to other types of lithium batteries. Development efforts are focused on improving specific energy while lowering costs.
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