Cell voltage model for Li-Bi liquid metal batteries

  title={Cell voltage model for Li-Bi liquid metal batteries},
  author={Norbert Weber and Carolina Duczek and G. M. Horstmann and Steffen Landgraf and Michael Nimtz and Paolo Personnettaz and Tom Weier and Donald R. Sadoway},
  journal={Applied Energy},



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