Polymers may hold key to wider, more practical use of batteries

05/6/2013 | Chemical & Engineering News

Organic polymers may be the eventual key to batteries that can flex and fold and that might prove considerably lighter, extending the range of possibilities for a number of products. The promise of added safety as well is spurring research into polymers for use in rechargeable lithium batteries, with a focus on the essential problem of understanding the factors that govern ion transport within these materials.

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