NewsResearchers used ultrabright X-rays to identify lithium
hydride and a new form of lithium fluoride

28th January 2021by admin0
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A team of researchers led by chemists at the U.S.
Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory has
identified new details of the reaction mechanism that takes place
in batteries with lithium metal anodes. The findings, published
today in Nature Nanotechnology, are a major step towards developing
smaller, lighter, and less expensive batteries for electric
vehicles.

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