University of Cambridge researchers report using pulsed field gradient nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with niobium tungsten oxides to produce materials that have a complex crystalline structure. These materials could provide faster charging for lithium-ion batteries, they say.
Quicker battery charging with niobium tungsten oxides
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