"This waste-to-resource approach could also potentially be extended to other types of cellulose-rich fruit and vegetable waste, as well as lithium-ion battery types such as lithium iron phosphate and lithium nickel manganese cobalt oxide. This would help to make great strides towards the new circular economy of e-waste, and power our lives in a greener and more sustainable manner," said Prof Madhavi.
- PROCESS SLASHES WASTE IN BATTERY MATERIALS
- SODIUM ION BATTERY USES CARBON FROM TYRES
- SWEDEN LOOKS TO GRAPHITE AND GRAPHENE FOR BATTERY ANODES
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