A Long-Lasting Polyacetylene Battery with High Energy Density

An n-(CH)/LiClO4/p-(CH) battery prepared by passing 2.14 C exhibited an open-circuit voltage of 3.5 V and an initial short-circuit current of 28 mA

Takao Nagatomo; Tetsuya Honma; Chiaki Yamamoto; Kuniaki Negishi; Osamu Omoto

2005

Scholarcy highlights

  • An n-(CH)/LiClO4/p-(CH) battery prepared by passing 2.14 C exhibited an open-circuit voltage of 3.5 V and an initial short-circuit current of 28 mA
  • JSAP was established as an official academic society in 1946, and since it has been one of the leading academic societies in Japan
  • No degradation of the polyacetylene battery was observed even after 2000 successive charge/discharge cycles, each cycle consisting of a 10 min discharge at a constant resistance of 50 kΩ and a 10 min charge at 0.1 mA)

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