Flexible, wearable electronics require equally flexible, wearable power sources. Scientists have now introduced an extraordinarily stretchable and compressible polyelectrolyte which, in combination with carbon nanotube composite paper electrodes, forms a supercapacitor that can be stretched to 1,000 percent in length and compressed to 50 percent in thickness with even gaining, not losing capacity.

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Wearable electronics: Superstretchable, supercompressible supercapacitors

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