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A new technique for precisely measuring the concentration of defects in cathodes has revealed that a small amount of defects can enhance performance.

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Secondary ion mass spectrometry has confirmed that the solid-electrolyte interphase (SEI) consists of two layers: one hard and one more liquid-like.

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Muddy deposits of polluting lead in old batteries can be recycled to help generate renewable energy

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A novel co-polymer that can conduct ions and is also highly permeable to oxygen could make an ideal membrane for use in hydrogen fuel cells.

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Scientists have found that a coating of alumina can protect the cathodes in lithium-ion batteries by trapping lithium.

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A novel metal-organic framework coating for electronic devices can release water vapor to dissipate the heat these devices generate.

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Although intentional defects in a battery cathode can improve its performance, too many defects can leave the cathode at risk of fracture.

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Researchers have confirmed experimentally that, as predicted, isotopically enriched cubic boron nitride does have a high thermal conductivity.

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