Nanometer materials "energy paper" Can charge hundreds of times over and over again [abstract] scientists latest invention "energy paper", its made of nanometer fiber and the conductive polymer can be recharged hundreds of times, it takes just a few seconds per charge.
"Energy paper" 15 cm width, thickness less than 1 mm
A 15 cm width, thickness less than 1 mm "paper", can achieve 1 farah capacitance, comparable with super capacitor on the market at present.This is organic electronic laboratory researchers in linkoping university in Sweden and Denmark and the United States counterparts to develop new materials, energy storage capacity of outstanding paper
"energy", its made of nanometer fiber and the conductive polymer can be recharged hundreds of times, it takes just a few seconds per charge.
the "energy paper" look and feel a bit like plastic material, the researchers even take it off a swan, prove that it also has a certain strength.In order to develop the new material, they will cellulose with high pressure water is divided into 20 nm fiber diameter, when the nanometer fiber and a charged polymer in the aqueous solution, the charged polymer can form a very thin coating coated fiber.These nano cellulose intertwined, and the fluid in the gap can act as electrolyte.
New material at the same time conduction ionic and electronic conductivity hit a new record, that's why its energy storage performance.Unlike batteries and capacitors on the market at present, raw materials used in the paper "energy" is very simple, no dangerous chemicals or heavy metals, and there is light in weight, waterproof and so on characteristics.
"Energy" paper also like ordinary paper, manufacturing process of dehydration processing is required.The challenge now is to develop a set of industrial scale process to complete dehydration process.The results of the study are published in the journal of advanced science.Swedish strategic research foundation for the research funding, funding they
continue to research and development to produce the "energy" of paper