Solid-state EV batteries without expensive lithium made possible by magnesium conductivity breakthrough
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Making solid-state EV batteries without the rare and expensive lithium could become reality as Japanese scientists discover a viable alternative using magnesium ions. Magnesium is cheap and abundant and the long struggle to improve its conductivity in solids has finally overcome the material's shortcomings.

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