Recycling lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles

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Recycling lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles. / Harper, Gavin; Sommerville, Rob; Kendrick, Emma; Driscoll, Laura; Slater, Peter; Stolkin, Rustam; Walton, Allan; Christensen, Paul ; Heidrich, Oliver; Lambert, Simon; Abbott, Andy ; Ryder, Karl; Gaines, Linda ; Anderson, Paul.

In: Nature, Vol. 575, No. 7781, 06.11.2019, p. 75-86.

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Harper, Gavin ; Sommerville, Rob ; Kendrick, Emma ; Driscoll, Laura ; Slater, Peter ; Stolkin, Rustam ; Walton, Allan ; Christensen, Paul ; Heidrich, Oliver ; Lambert, Simon ; Abbott, Andy ; Ryder, Karl ; Gaines, Linda ; Anderson, Paul. / Recycling lithium-ion batteries from electric vehicles. In: Nature. 2019 ; Vol. 575, No. 7781. pp. 75-86.

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