Scientists edge closer to developing safer and longer-lasting lithium-metal batteries

Lee Bell
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Lithium-metal expected to form the foundation of high-density energy storage of the future

Fresh research out of Arizona State University has pushed the institution closer to the development of lithium-metal batteries, which are widely regarded as the most promising candidates for high-d...

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