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Liquid Multilayer/Polymer Multilayer (LML/PML) Processes enable vacuum deposition of smooth, continuous polymer layers on flexible surfaces. Layers are as thin as 100 angstroms or as thick as a few hundred microns. Product uses include lightweight and rechargeable lithium polymer batteries found in cellular phones and laptop computers.

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Document Title: Liquid Multilayer/Polymer Multilayer Processes
Category: Materials Science
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: February 1996
Background: Liquid Multilayer/Polymer Multilayer (LML/PML) Processes for Vacuum Deposition of Polymer Films. These processes enable vacuum deposition of smooth, continuous polymer layers on flexible surfaces. Layers can be as thin as 100 angstroms or as thick as a few hundred microns. Commercialization of LML/PML will result in easier manufacturing and higher quality for products such lightweight and rechargeable lithium polymer batteries used in cellular phones, laptop computers, and other electronics.
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