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US: Study outlines future lithium supply challenges

As demand increases for lithium, Missouri University of Science and Technology says one of its researchers is studying potential disruptions to the world's lightest metal’s long-term supply chain. Ona Egbue, a doctoral student in engineering management, notes: "Batteries make up 23% of lithium use and are the fastest growing end It’s time to log in … Continued

As demand increases for lithium, Missouri University of Science and Technology says one of its researchers is studying potential disruptions to the world's lightest metal’s long-term supply chain. Ona Egbue, a doctoral student in engineering management, notes: "Batteries make up 23% of lithium use and are the fastest growing end

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