X. Wang, S.H. Zheng, F. Zhou, J.Q. Qin, X.Y. Shi, S. Wang, C.L. Sun, X.H. Bao, Z.-S. Wu*
National Science Review, 2020, 7, 64-72.
DOI: 10.1093/nsr/nwz070 [PDF]
Research Highlight entitled "Scalable and safer, printed Zn//MnO2 planar micro-batteries for smart electronics" [PDF] by Prof. Sang-Young Lee @UNIST, published in National Science Review.
News Release by the EurekAlert!
The rapid development of printed and microscale electronics imminently requires their compatible micro-batteries (MBs) with high performance, applicable scalability, and exceptional safety, but facing great challenges from the ever-reported stacked geometry. Herein, the first printed planar prototype of aqueous-based, high-safe Zn//MnO2 MBs, with outstanding performance, aesthetic diversity, flexibility and modularization, is demonstrated, based on interdigital patterns of Zn ink as anode and MnO2 ink as cathode, with high-conducting graphene ink as metal-free current collector, fabricated by industrially scalable screen-printing technique.