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Korean scientists create bendable graphene batteries

Posted on Sunday, March 06 2011 @ 10:45:58 CET by

Engadget reports South Korean researchers have developed a graphene-based bendable battery that is not only more powerful than li-ion batteries but also potentially cheaper to manufacture.
We've been talking about flexible batteries for years now, but a team of Korean researchers have presented a new solution to bendable energy sources that is not only more powerful than standard lithium-ion batteries, but also potentially cheaper to produce than its malleable predecessors -- and unsurprisingly, everyone's favorite wonder material, graphene, is at the heart of the innovation. The rechargeable battery contains a vanadium-oxide cathode, grown on a sheet of graphene paper, an unidentified separator, and an anode made of lithium-coated graphene.



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