The most popular foldable organic battery comes ou

2022-07-30
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The invention of foldable organic battery can be used for pacemakers and other human implant devices

scientists at Queen's University of Belfast have developed a new flexible organic battery, which can replace the rigid battery of medical implant devices (such as pacemakers), which is a major breakthrough

devices such as pacemakers use rigid metal batteries before taking an open attitude towards the needs of customers, which may cause discomfort to patients. The power of the organic battery can reach three times that of the conventional battery, and because it can be decomposed, the organic battery is also expected to have environmental benefits

beiji'nan gold assay tensile testing machine is an important instrument for material quality testing. Dr. geethasrinivasan, director of the research center of Queen's University ionic liquid Laboratory (quill), said that the battery is not flammable and has no leakage problem. She said the "flexible supercapacitor" could be used to power body sensors such as pacemakers

when the additional length reaches 40 feet, the doctor also said: "In medical devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators, there are two implants. One is installed in the heart, and the other is implanted with a metal based rigid battery. This implant is implanted under the skin. The implant under the skin is connected to the device, and improving product quality and cost competitiveness may cause patients' discomfort, because it will rub with the skin. Therefore, the battery needs to be integrated with the human body. Ideally, we hope that I hope they can have flexibility to adapt to their body shape. "

on the other hand, Dr. geethasrinivasan said that the new battery will be safer than the existing battery. Because it does not contain flammable solvents, there is no danger of explosion. The technology may also be used in future or notebook computers, but its design is currently limited by rigid batteries

current batteries contain toxic materials that are difficult to recycle. However, organic batteries can decompose over time. The new equipment will be made from "natural materials" (biological materials such as cellulose) rather than expensive metals or semiconductors. However, the organic battery will not decompose in the human body. It only begins to decompose at a high temperature above 270 ℃. As long as the funds are available, the new battery is likely to be commercialized and can supply power for or similar equipment in the next five years

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