Woven batteries will have to prove their durability and simplicity to become the prevailing fashion

Researchers from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have demonstrated batteries built upon textile materials. To make the current collector, the KAIST scientists coated sheets of woven polyester yarn with nickel. They then deposited a cathode material (lithium iron ph...

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