ii). Lithium-ion battery(Li-ion):
It is a small dry-cell sealed rechargeable battery, generally comes in hard plastic cases or in a small cylinder format or in the shape of buttons, which we usually call button cells. These batteries are used in Cellphones, laptops, video cameras or in a hybrid automobile.
iii). Nickel-Cadmium battery:
These are also small, dry-cell, rechargeable batteries. These batteries come in a poly-wrapped cell packed in a hard plastic case. These batteries are used in handheld electronics, R/C hobby vehicles, and mechanical equipment.
iv). Nickel Metal Hydride:
Nickel metal hydride batteries are small, dry-cell, rechargeable batteries. It comes in AAA, AA, C, D, 9volt and 12volt formats. These are used in power tools, PDAs, and cameras.
These are batteries which cannot be charged using external sources. These batteries are also known as single-use batteries because once they ‘re fully discharged they cannot be recycled.
Some Examples of Non-rechargeable batteries are:
i). Alkaline And Carbon Zinc Battery:
It is a small, dry-cell, non-rechargeable battery. Zinc-carbon batteries are labeled for general purpose or for heavy duty. It comes in AAA, AA, C, D, 9volt format. It is used in cameras, toys, and watches.
Lithium batteries are small, dry-cell, non-rechargeable batteries which come in AAA, AA, button cell and 9 V formats. These are used in tire-pressure sensors, alarms, pacemakers and in remote car locks.