Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Scientists Create Paper-Thin, Flexible, Biodegradable Battery

Part of the problem with designing flexible batteries and supercapacitors has always been the necessity of layering such devices. Typically, two electrode layers sandwich two charge-holding layers, with an insulating layer in the middle of it all. As the layers build up, flexibility goes out the window.

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1 comment:

alvinwriter said...

It's about time batteries become biodegradable. I'd very much like to see it happen to cell phone batteries.