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      3D Wearable Fabric‐Based Micro‐Supercapacitors with Ultra‐High Areal Capacitance

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              All-inkjet-printed, solid-state flexible supercapacitors on paper

              All-inkjet-printed, solid-state flexible supercapacitors (SCs) on paper are demonstrated as a new class of power sources with exceptionally versatile aesthetics. The inkjet-printed SCs look like inkjet-printed letters or figures commonly found in office documents and are aesthetically unitized with other printed images on paper. The forthcoming ubiquitous innovations driven by flexible/wearable electronics and Internet of Things (IoT) have inspired the relentless pursuit of advanced power sources with versatile aesthetics. Here, we demonstrate a new class of solid-state flexible power sources that are fabricated directly on conventional A4 paper using a commercial desktop inkjet printer. A salient feature of the inkjet-printed power sources is their monolithic integration with paper, i.e. , they look like inkjet-printed letters or figures that are commonly found in office documents. A supercapacitor (SC), which is composed of activated carbon/carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and an ionic liquid/ultraviolet-cured triacrylate polymer-based solid-state electrolyte, is chosen as a model power source to explore the feasibility of the proposed concept. Cellulose nanofibril-mediated nanoporous mats are inkjet-printed on top of paper as a primer layer to enable high-resolution images. In addition, CNT-assisted photonic interwelded Ag nanowires are introduced onto the electrodes to further improve the electrical conductivity of the electrodes. The inkjet-printed SCs can be easily connected in series or parallel, leading to user-customized control of cell voltage and capacitance. Notably, a variety of all-inkjet-printed SCs featuring computer-designed artistic patterns/letters are aesthetically unitized with other inkjet-printed images and smart glass cups, underscoring their potential applicability as unprecedented object-tailored power sources.
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                Journal
                Advanced Functional Materials
                Adv. Funct. Mater.
                Wiley
                1616-301X
                1616-3028
                December 2021
                September 12 2021
                December 2021
                : 31
                : 50
                : 2107484
                Affiliations
                [1 ]State Key Laboratory of Organic Electronics and Information Displays (SKLOEID) Institute of Advanced Materials (IAM) Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications 9 Wenyuan Road Nanjing 210023 China
                [2 ]Frontiers Science Center for Flexible Electronics (FSCFE) MIIT Key Laboratory of Flexible Electronics (KLoFE) Northwestern Polytechnical University Xi'an 710072 China
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                10.1002/adfm.202107484
                98407ebb-cf6d-4a9c-bda0-5359e280b3f4
                © 2021

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