Mw 97.68 g/mol
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99.98% trace metals basis
Mw 97.68 g/mol
Mw 123.06 g/mol
Mw 12.011 g/mol
Mw 90.69 g/mol (anyhydrous basis)
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Professor Qiao’s laboratory lays out recent advances in conversion type lithium metal fluoride batteries. This review explores key concepts in developing electrochemically stable microstructures for wide Li-ion insertion channels.
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