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In Embraer 145 and Boeing 777
I mean material, recharge cycle, nominal current and voltages. From the comments I don't understand the difference if the plane is turboprop or turbofan.
From this Concorde battery page, the Embraer E-145 can use a 44 Ah, 24 VDC Lead-Acid batter: Concorde RG-422
The Embraer E-145 can also use Ni-Cd batteries.
The Boeing 777 uses Ni-Cd batteries as well: Boeing 777 Saft Batteries