Three-dimensional electrodes and battery architectures

@article{Arthur2011ThreedimensionalEA,
  title={Three-dimensional electrodes and battery architectures},
  author={Timothy S. Arthur and Daniel J. Bates and Nicol{\'a}s Cirigliano and Derek C. Johnson and Peter Malati and James M. Mosby and Emilie Marie Perre and Matthew T. Rawls and Amy L. Prieto and Bruce S. Dunn},
  journal={Mrs Bulletin},
  year={2011},
  volume={36},
  pages={523-531}
}
Three-dimensional (3D) battery architectures have emerged as a new direction for powering microelectromechanical systems and other small autonomous devices. Although there are few examples to date of fully functioning 3D batteries, these power sources have the potential to achieve high power density and high energy density in a small footprint. This overview highlights the various architectures proposed for 3D batteries, the advances made in the fabrication of components designed for these… 

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