Lithium batteries are used in a wide range of devices, including cell phones, laptops, and digital cameras. They are also becoming increasingly popular in electric vehicles.
The benefits of using lithium batteries include their light weight, high energy density, and quick recharge time. Lithium batteries are also more stable than other types of batteries, making them less likely to overheat or catch fire. Thery don't have memory effect unlike nickel-based batteries and have a low self-discharge propensity (a few % per year).
The disadvantages of lithium batteries include their high cost and the fact that they can be dangerous if not used correctly. Lithium batteries can also be damaged if they are discharged too deeply.