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An All-polymer Charge Storage Device

Y. Gofer, H. Sarker, J. G. Killian, T. Poehler, P. Searson
Published 1997 · Physics

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Conducting polymers that can be switched between a neutral state and a doped state are of interest for charge storage applications. We report on the fabrication of an all-polymer charge storage device incorporating derivatized polythiophene films electropolymerized onto graphite-coated polymeric supports and a polymer gel electrolyte film. The devices exhibited discharge voltages of about 2.4 V and capacities of 9.5–11.5 mAh g−1. The elimination of any metallic components or liquids and the lightweight and flexible construction provides a unique approach for the fabrication of organic power sources.
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