Defined narrowly, the lithium-ion battery (LIB) is “a secondary battery using nonaqueous electrolyte with carbonaceous material as a negative electrode and a metal oxide compound containing lithium (usually LiCoO
2) as a positive electrode [
1].” The LIB’s electrochemical system is shown in Fig.
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