The specific elements that make up a laptop are metals, battery, and trace materials. most of the laptop are made up of the element aluminum, used for its light weight. Copper is used in wiring on a circuit boards and to connect electrical components. Whereas the largest component in a laptop is the power source, which is basically a lithium-ion battery. the most needed element is lithium. Lithium-ion batteries contain cobalt, oxygen, and carbon. Trace materials are other elements which are mostly found in all laptops bit in small quantities. Silicone is used to produce microchips. the optical components in a laptop screen have indium, gallium, and arsenic.