Scientists manufacture stretchable battery for the foldable smartphone

Stretchable battery

After getting success in making a foldable smartphone, now scientists have also succeeded in making the stretchable battery.

The biggest obstacle in making a truly foldable smartphone was the battery itself. Because the battery manufacturers could not make the kind of foldable phone. As they wanted to make, because of the space to keep the battery. But now with the introduction of stretchable batteries. The manufacturer will definitely Good foldable phones in the future.

Professor of ETH Zürich technical university, Switzerland has built this stretchable battery. According to an article published in a newspaper, Xi Chin has discovered a new type of material which uses in the batteries

This called “Stretchable Solid Ret State Lithium – Ion Full Battery”. As its name suggests, these batteries will be foldable, twistable and stretchable. Making these batteries an ideal choice for foldable smartphones and tablets.

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Talking about how this battery works. Let us tell you that this battery uses a new electrolyte that acts in one direction based on the energy flow through lithium-ion. The names anode and cathode are making of modulated bendable carbon.

For those curious to know the materials used, the anode used in the battery. And this made of vanadium oxide. While the cathode made of lithium manganese. Subtle silver flakes added inside these surfaces to act as a conductive layer.

Stretchable Foldable Phone battery
Stretchable Foldable Phone battery

How Stretchable Batteries Work

The chain came with a new electrolyte – lithium-it is an element, ions can travel or communicate with each other. It produces energy. Like a regular battery, the stretchable invention is also manufactured like a glove, with layers used to show this image:

The battery is not yet fully ready. Because scientists are still looking for a suitable gum to glue all the layers. Until it found. we should wait with the current batteries.

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