A research team at Northwestern University and Argonne National Laboratory has developed a rechargeable lithium-iron-oxide battery that could represent an advance in high-capacity battery types. Their battery prototype cycles more lithium atoms than a lithium-cobalt-oxide battery, the team says.
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