Paper Thin Batteries Developed by Stanford Scientists
Researchers at the Stanford University have fabricated paper-thin flexible battery that can be used as a portable source ofpower for flexible displays and even roll-able cellphones. The batteries have been made by coating a regular sheet of paper with a thin film ofcarbon nanotubes and then a thin layer of lithium compound.
These thin flexible batteries can outperform other super-thin powersources and the prototype batteries are being claimed to handle at least 300 recharge cycles.
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