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February 19th, 2007
Platinum has been used in the development of new lithium-ion batteries that could provide much smaller power sources than currently available.
Experts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US have developed the new rechargeable battery, which can reassemble itself from microscopic components.
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