A non-aqueous electrolyte battery which exhibits satisfactory reliability because reduction in the discharge capacity can be significantly prevented even after use with rapid temperature change and which enables excellent productivity to be realized. The non-aqueous electrolyte battery includes a cathode and an anode in which an active material for the cathode and/or an active material for the anode is integrated by a binder, wherein the binder for the cathode and/or the binder for the anode is a mixture of polyimide, which is soluble in an organic solvent, and a fluorine polymer. The polyimide is expressed by the following formula: ##STR1##
7,659,032 Cathode active material, cathode material having the cathode active material, secondary aqueous lithium-ion battery having the cathode material, and method for preparing the cathode active material
* 2008/0152,995 CATHODE ACTIVE MATERIAL, CATHODE MATERIAL HAVING THE CATHODE ACTIVE MATERIAL, SECONDARY AQUEOUS LITHIUM-ION BATTERY HAVING THE CATHODE MATERIAL, AND METHOD FOR PREPARING THE CATHODE ACTIVE MATERIAL
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