The challenge mostly involves prelithiation of the cathode, but can also be getting proper nitrogen functionalization of the cathodes graphene.
The rest including the solid gel electrolyte I have mostly figured out.
Anode: 80% pristine mechanically exfoliated graphene from high purity graphite. 5% silver plated copper flake. 15% PVDF PVA DE GO LiClO4 LiNO3 electrolyte/binder.
I will also be pitting this against 4 dollar a gram graphene bought from Celtig LLC.
Cathode: 80% Graphene oxide slightly reduced or atmospheric Plasma functionalized graphene. 5% nickel flake. 15% PVDF PVA DE GO LiClO4 LiNO3 electrolyte/binder
Seperator: GO, DE, LiClO4 LiNO3 in PVDF
Lithiation of the cathode, will be accomplished by ball milling with metallic lithium or half cell discharging of a lithium foil into the cathode.
All materials will be THF soluble and sprayable, paintable or printable.
Major issues are using an airbrush and clogging I may just dip coat the materials on foils to begin with. Other than that everything is pretty much straight forward.
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