The advent of polymer electrolytes has provided a promising route to an all solid-state polymer battery. Such a battery would have greater safety, without potential discharge of liquid or gel electrolyte. Current battery configurations typically involve a metal anode, a solvent-plasticized polyelectrolyte, such as poly (ethylene oxide) (PEO), and a composite cathode. We have synthesized an A/B/C triblock copolymer which could have potential use as an all-solid state nanoscale polymer lithium battery. The polymeric battery was synthesized with an anode, electrolyte and cathode by synthesizing an A/B/C triblock copolymer whose microphase separation would form lamellar domains. These nanodomains contain cobalt oxide, a derivative of PEO synthesized by ring opening metathesis polymerization, and a spinel phase LiMn2O4 as the anode, electrolyte and cathode material, respectively. The first block contains cobalt oxide that stores lithium ion in a novel electrochemical reaction that allows use in a battery configuration. The second block is polyethylene oxide derived from an unsaturated crown ether, and is used for its high ionic conductivity. The third block contains LiMn2O4, which is currently being investigated as a potential cathode material because of its low toxicity and ease of preparation. The nanometer size domains in the battery can be used in unique applications in microelectronics. In addition, such size scale allows use of the battery in discrete circuits, reducing the amount of wiring necessary in conventional battery configurations.