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A compound that tames sodium batteries’ hazardous habits

Employees connect a lithium-ion battery pack to an electric motor on a car assembly line

Workers hook up an electric car’s lithium battery pack. A fluorine-laden electrolyte could help to improve batteries that contain sodium instead of lithium. Credit: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg/Getty

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Nature 607, 215 (2022)



  1. Wang, X. et al. Nature Mater. (2022).

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