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Rice University develops spray-on li-ion batteries

Posted on Monday, July 02 2012 @ 22:33:01 CEST by

Hexus reports Rice University researchers have created lithium-ion batteries using a spray painting technique:
The technique would be ideal for creating batteries within areas that it might be difficult to fit a standard power cell. Almost any surface can be used to host the spray paint power cell; the researchers have successfully applied it to glass, steel and flexible polymer sheets.

Future applications could be very interesting with batteries being less bulky and even becoming a “structural” part of the electronic gadget case or car body panel. The technology could also complement solar cells with their large surface area there is opportunity to spray paint a large battery in a layer beneath them.



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