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Multi-Nuclear In-Situ Pulsed Gradient Spin Echo (PGSE) NMR Observation of Ion Mobility in Ionic Liquids Used in Battery Technology

The demand for electric energy storage devices like rechargeable batteries and super capacitors has increased due to the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Lithium-ion batteries are currently the most energy-dense and therefore the most sought after. However, due to the limited availability of lithium, interest in sodium-based batteries is also growing. PGSE NMR provides unique opportunities to study such materials. 

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