Technologies of lithium recycling from waste lithium ion batteries: a review

@article{Bae2021TechnologiesOL,
  title={Technologies of lithium recycling from waste lithium ion batteries: a review},
  author={Hyuntae Bae and Youngsik Kim},
  journal={Materials Advances},
  year={2021}
}
Although the interest in lithium recycling is increasing the current global lithium recycling rate is lower than 1%. For this reason, our paper aims to explain the needs, current state and future directions of lithium recycling technologies. 
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