Creation of miniature devices is on the rise. Many miniaturized devices like medical implants, flying insect-like robots, sensors, wireless transmitters and tiny cameras have been invented.
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The batteries that power these tiny devices haven’t been small enough to fit into these advanced, super-small devices. As a result, the size of the batteries is severely hindering energy storage capacity.
Now, scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) have combined 3D holographic lithography with conventional photolithography to develop a 3D microbattery for microelectronic devices.
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This next generation lithium-ion battery is just 2mm wide and a mere 10mm thick. This unique battery can considerably enhance the performance of miniaturized electronic components.