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The Race to Make This Dying U.S. Lake the 'Saudi Arabia of Lithium'

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California’s Salton Sea, known for its toxic nature, has a significant amount of lithium. This mineral is crucial for rechargeable batteries. The Wall Street Journal discusses the development of technology to extract lithium from the Salton Sea and its implications for domestic production. This discovery could potentially make the United States self-sufficient in lithium. The article also includes a photo by Kaitlyn Wang, showcasing the Salton Sea.