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  • exposure
  • In one of the largest studies to examine smoking and heart disease, researchers found strong evidence that a past smoking habit or exposure to secondhand smoke can irreversibly damage arteries. (wsj.com)
  • lost
  • The study further revealed that a fraction of the lithium (which, in its ion form, shuttles charge between the battery's electrodes) was irreversibly lost from the cathode to the anode. (autoblog.com)
  • Additional studies of the aged batteries, using neutron depth profiling, revealed that a fraction of the lithium that is responsible, in ion form, for shuttling electric charge between electrodes during charging and discharging, was no longer available for charge transfer, but was irreversibly lost from the cathode to the anode. (autoblog.com)
  • Fewer ecosystems would be irreversibly lost. (fastcompany.com)