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High Specific Power Dual-Metal-Ion Rechargeable Microbatteries Based on LiMn2O4 and Zinc for Miniaturized Applications

  Miniaturized rechargeable batteries with high specific power are required for substitution of the large sized primary batteries currently prevalent in integrated systems since important implications in dimensions and power are expected in future miniaturized applications. Commercially available secondary microbatteries are based on lithium metal which suffers from several well-known safety and manufacturing issues and …

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Atomic layer deposition in a battery perspective

The Atomic Layer Deposition technique is especially suited for formation of conformal coating of pinhole free films on surfaces with complex geometrical shapes, an architecture most commonly adopted for micro battery designs. Realization of all solid state Li-ion microbatteries should therefore be close at hand, however, no fully functional all solid state ALD-type battery is …

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Battery research at SDU and IISc, Bangalore, India: Li-ion microbatteries

Li-ion microbatteries may fill a nieche of applications in compact devices, if they can be manufactured on-location in circuits, or in packages with compact dimensions, and with long life expectancies. The methods of fabrications involve depositions of thin films (electrodes and electrolytes), contacting, and packaging. So far, the development of suitable sputter targets for deposition …

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