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  1. #1 Polymer rechargeable battery with 590 Wh/kg claimed 
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    This one article mentions a novel battery based on polymer electron transfer process. It doesn't seem to contain any Lithium. The claimed energy density is 590 Wh/kg which is much higher than Li-ion. Unfortunately I was not able to find a full text. Does anyone heard in the past about such type of chemistry? Could there be an all-polymer battery? A High Energy Rechargeable Battery Based on a One-Step Successive Two-Electron Transfer Process

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