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Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University develop semi-liquid metal anode for lithium batteries

New electrode type could have a higher capacity and be much safer

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a semiliquid lithium metal-based anode for batteries, according to a press release by the university on 12 June.

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