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Researchers develop an efficient dual-ion battery design

Dual-ion batteries (DIBs) are a new type of battery developed in recent years, typically using graphite as both the cathode and anode material. DIBs can operate across a wider voltage window with safer performance, and are cheaper than conventional lithium-ion batteries.
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