Contact: Morgan McCorkle
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Caption: When Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers incorporated a solid lithium thiophosphate electrolyte into a lithium-carbon fluoride battery, the device generated a 26 percent higher capacity than what would be its theoretical maximum if each component acted independently.
Credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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