All-plastic battery?

March 1997
Futurist;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p4
Reports about the all-plastic battery that has been developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Who initiated the research project; Polymers produced by John Hopkin's team on all-plastic battery; Why the plastic batteries could be a hit in the consumer market.


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