Flexible and rigid, heavy-metal free organic redox polymer batteries

Traditional battery materials, e. g. for Li-ion batteries are brittle, thus not suitable for high capacity flexible batteries. Rigid organic redox polymer batteries have low volumetric energy and power density.

Using a new colloid consisting, of redox pol-ymer and graphene oxide that is trans-formed into reduced graphene oxide during preparation, thickness scalable cathodic and anodic battery materials reaching 1.3 mAh/cm2 for flexible and at least 21 mAh/cm2 for rigid materials are available. The new technologa offers the following advantages:

higher capacities materials for flexible batteries,
scalability 1 – 20 mAh/cm2,
tailord redox-potential and
non-toxic materials.

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