How to mix them to get a higher mileage?
Nickel is the element that determines the energy density of the ternary lithium battery. If you want to go further, increase the content. Also if you want the ternary lithium battery to be cheaper, just increase the ratio of manganese to aluminum.
According to the different mixing ratios of the three elements of nickel, cobalt, manganese (or aluminum) in the cathode material, we can divide the ternary lithium battery into different systems:
Such as nickel: cobalt: manganese ratio: 1:1:1 the 333 system.
Or 8:1:1 high nickel 811 system, etc.
A brief summary is that the higher of the first number, the farther you run, but the higher of the cost, the lower of the safety. Furthermore the higher of the last number, the shorter of the mileage, and the cheaper of the cost.