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How to choose between Li-ion and Li-polymer
- Nov 07, 2018 -

Typically, a lithium-ion batteries outstand because of a high power density, no memory effect , and lower cost than lithium-polymer. However, lithium-ion batteries are inherently unstable and tend to age quickly. If the separator between the positive and negative electrodes does not work, combustion may be caused during chemical reaction. 

Lithium-polymer batteries are generally robust and flexible, especially when it comes to the size and shape of their build. Not only lightweight, they are built with strong resistance to electrolyte leak. However, lithium-polymer batteries give way to li-ion in production cost, energy density, and service life.