Paper battery combines cellulose based paper with CNT the paper can act both high energy paper battery and super
capacitor depending on the design. Cellulose is complex organic substance found in paper and pulp. CNT‟s are main
ingredients of paper battery
Construction of a paper battery mainly includes these steps:
Step 1: Black carbon ink is applied on a cellulose-based paper.
Step 2: Black Carbon ink is being spread on a paper spread on the paper.
Step 3: A thin lithium film is laminated over the exposed cellulose surface.
Step 4: The cellulose paper is heated at 80oC for 5 minutes.
Step 5: Next, the film is peeled off from the substrate.
Step 6: The film acts as electrodes of the paper battery. One film is connected to the electrolyte LTO (Li4Ti5012)
and another film is pasted to the electrolyte LCO (LiCo02).
Step 7: Next, connect a LED on both the ends of the battery and check its functionality.
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