Ferric sauce for potassium-ion battery
Matthew Li and
Jun Lu ()
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Matthew Li: Argonne National Laboratory
Jun Lu: Argonne National Laboratory
Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 3, 183-184
The potential lithium crisis and supply shortages of other metals essential for lithium-ion batteries have driven innovation in alternative technologies. Now a study describes high-performance potassium-ion batteries that can cycle for more than 500 days with negligible performance loss.
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