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batteryuniversity.com/learn/article/types_of_lithium_ion

 

Chemical name

Material

Abbreviation

Short form

                  Notes

Lithium Cobalt Oxide1
Also Lithium Cobalate or lithium-ion-cobalt)

LiCoO2
(60% Co)

LCO

Li-cobalt
 

High capacity; for cell phone laptop, camera

Lithium
Manganese Oxide
1
Also Lithium Manganate
or lithium-ion-manganese

LiMn2O4

LMO

Li-manganese, or spinel
 

Most safe; lower capacity than Li-cobalt but high specific power and long life.

Power tools,
e-bikes, EV, medical, hobbyist.

Lithium
Iron Phosphate
1

LiFePO4

LFP

Li-phosphate

Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide1, also lithium-manganese-cobalt-oxide

LiNiMnCoO2
(10–20% Co)

NMC

NMC
 

Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide1

LiNiCoAlO2
9% Co)

NCA

NCA

Gaining importance
in electric powertrain and grid storage

Lithium Titanate2

Li4Ti5O12

LTO

Li-titanate