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Goran K Hansson (C), Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and academy members Sara Snogerup Linse (L) and Olof Ramstrom, announce the winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Up L-R) John Goodenough of US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 9, 2019. - John Goodenough of US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. "This lightweight, rechargeable and powerful battery is now used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles...(and) can also store significant amounts of energy from solar and wind power, making possible a fossil fuel-free society," the jury said. (Photo by Naina Helen JAMA / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT
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Goran K Hansson (C), Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and academy members Sara Snogerup Linse (L) and Olof Ramstr?m, announce whe winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 9, 2019. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Naina Helen JAMA / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT
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Goran K Hansson (C), Secretary General of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and academy members Sara Snogerup Linse (L) listen to Olof Ramstrom as he explains the research field of the winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry during a news conference at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 9, 2019. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Naina Helen JAMA / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles before the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles as he speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles as he speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles as he speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles before the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino smiles before the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino (R) smiles as he receives flowers at a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino (front R) speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino (front R) speaks to the media after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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This 2015 handout photo obtained October 9, 2019 courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin, shows John Goodenough in his lab. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on October 9, 2019 for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Marsha Miller / University of Texas at Austin / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN/MARSHA MILLER/HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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This undated handout photo obtained October 9, 2019 courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin, shows John Goodenough in his lab. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on October 9, 2019 for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by HO / University of Texas at Austin / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN/HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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This undated handout photo obtained October 9, 2019 courtesy of the University of Texas at Austin, shows John Goodenough. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on October 9, 2019 for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by HO / University of Texas at Austin / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO /UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN/HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino reacts after a congratulatory call from Japan's Prime Minister Shinozo Abe via mobile phone during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino receives a congratulatory call from Japan's Prime Minister Shinozo Abe via mobile phone during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino receives a congratulatory call from Japan's Prime Minister Shinozo Abe via mobile phone during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino poses with a model of a lithium-ion battery during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino poses with a model of a lithium-ion battery during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino poses with a model of a lithium-ion battery during a press conference after winning the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries in Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers on October 9 won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Kazuhiro NOGI / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough, one of three winners of the Nobel Chemistry Prize, attends a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on Wednesday for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP)
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This August 12, 2014 handout photo obtained October 9, 2019 courtesy of Binghamton University shows M. Stanley Whittingham, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science and Director of the Institute for Materials Research, in one of his Science II laboratories. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on October 9, 2019 for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by Jonathan COHEN / Binghamton University / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY/JONATHAN COHEN/HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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This undated handout photo obtained October 9, 2019 courtesy of Binghamton University shows M. Stanley Whittingham, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science and Director of the Institute for Materials Research. - Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize on October 9, 2019 for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photo by HO / Binghamton University / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY/HANDOUT" - NO MARKETING - NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, is pictured in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019 during an International Battery Congress. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, is pictured in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019 during an International Battery Congress. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, is pictured in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019 during an International Battery Congress. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, is pictured in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019 during an International Battery Congress. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, poses with the Einstein medal, after being awarded by the mayor of Ulm (unseen), in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Christof STACHE / AFP)
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(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on October 09, 2019 shows (L-R) American professor and solid-state physicist, John Goodenough during a press conference at The Royal Society in London on October 9, 2019, British professor Stanley Whittingham posing in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019 and Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino speaking to media Tokyo on October 9, 2019. - Three researchers won on October 09, 2019 the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society. John Goodenough of the United States -- at 97 the oldest person to be awarded a Nobel prize -- Britain's Stanley Whittingham, and Japan's Akira Yoshino will share the nine million Swedish kronor (about $914,000 or 833,000 euros) prize equally, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. (Photos by AFP)
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2019 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, British Stanley Whittingham, poses during an International Battery Congress in Ulm, southern Germany, on October 9, 2019. - John Goodenough of the US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden, said. (Photo by Sebastian Gollnow / dpa / AFP) / Germany OUT
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 18, 2018 Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino delivers an acceptance speech during the Japan Prize awards ceremony in Tokyo. - John Goodenough of US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. "This lightweight, rechargeable and powerful battery is now used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles...(and) can also store significant amounts of energy from solar and wind power, making possible a fossil fuel-free society," the jury said. (Photo by KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP)
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(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 18, 2018 Japanese chemist Akira Yoshino delivers an acceptance speech during the Japan Prize awards ceremony in Tokyo. John Goodenough of US, Britain's Stanley Whittingham and Japan's Akira Yoshino won the 2019 Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said on October 9, 2019. - "This lightweight, rechargeable and powerful battery is now used in everything from mobile phones to laptops and electric vehicles...(and) can also store significant amounts of energy from solar and wind power, making possible a fossil fuel-free society," the jury said. (Photo by KAZUHIRO NOGI / AFP)
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In this Sept. 28, 2017, photo, Akira Yoshino poses with lithium batteries in Nagoya, central Japan. The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday Oct. 9, 2019, has been awarded to John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino ??sfor the development of lithium-ion batteries.??? (Yoshiaki Sakamoto/Kyodo News via AP)
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