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Long-Term Stability of Primary Film Battery for Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) Tag and Ubiquitous Sensor Node

  • Young-Gi Lee (a1), Junho Yeo (a2), Cheol Sig Pyo (a3), Kwangseuk Kyhm (a4), Kuk Young Cho (a5) and Kwang Sun Ryu (a6)...

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We have prepared a primary film battery which shows improved shelf life and long-term stabiltiy. We tried to optimize a multi-layered packaging film by considering gas permeability, chemical affinity, and film thickness. We also optimized conducting layer thickness, cathode/anode thickness and their compositions taking N/P rato into account. We introduced a variety of hydrogel polymers, newly developed electrolyte solutions, and novel separators to enhance the ionic conductivity value of gel-type polymer electrolyte/separator system for peak power and high power property.

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