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Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications

Zari Tehrani Orcid Logo, T. Korochkina, S. Govindarajan, D.J. Thomas, J. O’Mahony, J. Kettle, Tim Claypole Orcid Logo, David Gethin Orcid Logo

Organic Electronics, Volume: 26, Pages: 386 - 394

Swansea University Authors: Zari Tehrani Orcid Logo, Tim Claypole Orcid Logo, David Gethin Orcid Logo

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This research has demonstrated how an ultra-thin rechargeable battery technology has been fabricated using screen printing technology. The screen printing process enabled the sequential deposition of current collector, electrode and separator/electrolyte materials onto a polyethylene terephthalate (...

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Published in: Organic Electronics
ISSN: 1566-1199
Published: 2015
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title Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
spellingShingle Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
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Tim Claypole
David Gethin
title_short Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
title_full Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
title_fullStr Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
title_full_unstemmed Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
title_sort Ultra-thin flexible screen printed rechargeable polymer battery for wearable electronic applications
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Tim Claypole
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S. Govindarajan
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J. O’Mahony
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Tim Claypole
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description This research has demonstrated how an ultra-thin rechargeable battery technology has been fabricated using screen printing technology. The screen printing process enabled the sequential deposition of current collector, electrode and separator/electrolyte materials onto a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) substrate in order to form both flexible and rechargeable electrodes for a battery application. The anode and cathode fabricated were based on the conducting poly (3,4-ethylenedioxythiophen): poly (styrene sulfonate) (PEDOT: PSS) and polyethyleneimine (PEI) which were combined to form the electrodes. The difference in the oxidation level between the two electrodes produced an open circuit voltage of 0.60 V and displayed a practical specific capacity of 5.5 mAh g−1. The battery developed had an active surface area of 400 mm2 and a device thickness of 440 μm. The chemistry developed during this study displayed long-term cycling potential and proves the stability of the cells for continued usage. This technology has direct uses in future personal wearable electronic devices.
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