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1 Submitted By :- Name:-ANKUR KUMAR Regd no: Branch:-EEE, 7 th Semester HOD: A.MOHANTY

2  Introduction  Formation  Carbon Nanotube ( CNT )  Manufacturing  Working  Durablity  Features  Applications  Advantages  Disadvantages  Conclusions

3  Flexible, ultra-thin energy storage and production device.  Formed by combining carbon nanotubes with a conventional sheet of cellulose-based paper.  Paper battery integrates all of the battery components in a single structure, making it more energy efficient.

4  Combining cellulose with an infusion of aligned carbon nanotubes that are each approximately one millionth of a centimeter thick  These tiny filaments act like the electrodes found in a traditional battery, conducting electricity when the paper comes into contact with an ionic liquid solution.

5  Carbon nanotubes (CNTs; also known as buckytubes) are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure.  The diameter of a nanotube is in the order of a few manometers. Clindrical carbon nanotube

6  Growing the nanotubes on a silicon substrate and then impregnating the gaps in the matrix with cellulose.  Once the matrix has dried, the material can be peeled off of the substrate, one end of the carbon nanotubes to act as an electrode  When two sheets are came near, it acts as capacitor by the addition of the ionic liquid such as blood, sweat etc.

7 1. Batteries produce electrons through a chemical reaction between electrolyte and metal in the traditional battery. 2. Chemical reaction in the paper battery is between electrolyte and carbon nanotubes. 3. Electrons collect on the negative terminal of the battery and flow along a connected wire to the positive terminal. 4. Electrons must flow from the negative to the positive terminal for the chemical reaction to continue.

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9  The sheets can be rolled, twisted, folded, or cut into numerous shapes with no loss of integrity or efficiency, or stacked like printer paper to boost total output.  The components are molecularly attached to each other: the carbon nanotube print is embedded in the paper, and the electrolyte is soaked into the paper

10  1.5 volts of electricity from a sample the size of a postage stamp.  Efficiency doesn’t loss by cutting or folding.  Can be stacked in multiples of power output.  Operating temprature -75C to 150C.  Form at desirable shape.  Thin - film can be stored for decades.

11 Smart card Children’s toys Electronics gadgets Pace maker PAPER BATTERIES

12  Light weight  Low cost  Flexible  Biodegradable

13  Carbon nanotubes are very expensive.  Not use for commercially viable.  Cutting of trees leading to destroying of the nature.

14  ENFUCELL (China)  INVEST (Newyork)

15  Flexible,ultra-thin storage and production device.  Formed by combining carbon nanotube with a conventional sheet of cellulose-based paper.  A paper battery acts as both a high-energy battery and super capacitor.

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