Printed and Thin-Film Batteries

Gasman, Lawrence
December 2007
Portable Design;Dec2007, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p38
The article offers information on the ability, performance and business potential of printed and thin-film batteries in the electronic industry. Initially, it offers details about the physical characteristics of these batteries, literally for having printed appearance upon manufacture and for being thin-in-size, respectively. Its production advantages are also determined, considering its long shelf life and robust rechargeability. In addition, the composition of thin-films and printed batteries are included, highlighting about thin-film Lithium-ion batteries. Furthermore, its applications and investment potentials in the industry are regarded.


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