Posted October 02, 2018 12:58:25 The lithium ion is one of the most widely used materials for the electrodes on electronic devices.
Its the one that makes a lot of its own electricity and is used in batteries, but it’s also a potential electrode for toxic chemicals and in some cases cancer.
There are many theories about what it is, but for many, it’s a major concern.
Electronic music industry and technology expert John Dvorak has put together a series of articles on why lithium ion electrodes are controversial and why they are still around.
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