Ion jelly: a tailor-made conducting material for smart electrochemical devices.

@article{Vidinha2008IonJA,
  title={Ion jelly: a tailor-made conducting material for smart electrochemical devices.},
  author={Pedro Vidinha and Nuno M T Lourenço and Carlos Cleomir de Souza Pinheiro and Ana R. E. Br{\'a}s and T{\^a}nia Carvalho and Teresa Santos-Silva and Abhik Mukhopadhyay and Maria Jo{\~a}o Rom{\~a}o and Jorge Parola and Madalena Dionisio and Joaquim M S Cabral and Carlos A M Afonso and Susana Barreiros},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={5842-4}
}
We present a new concept for the design of a polymeric conducting material that combines the chemical versatility of an organic salt (ionic liquid) with the morphological versatility of a biopolymer (gelatin); the resulting 'ion jelly' can be applied in electrochemical devices, such as batteries, fuel cells, electrochromic windows or photovoltaic cells. 

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