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Lithium-imide bests Li-ion in mobile devices

12/14/2011 03:24 PM EST
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ndancer
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re: Lithium-imide bests Li-ion in mobile devices
ndancer   3/31/2012 12:17:03 AM
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Sorry, but I am very interested in reading company press articles. If companies don't tell me what they're doing, I can only find out when it's old news, and in this industry, old news is often beyond obsolete. Good article, and yes, I am very interested in new, safer chemistry.

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Charles.Bagnall   12/17/2011 1:41:14 AM
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Sorry to say - I'm not really interested in reading a company press release appearing under the guise of a technical article. Thank you.

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