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Lithium ion batteries (LIBs) are widely known for their high energy density, large output voltage, long lifespan, lightweight, and environmentally benign operation. However, owing to the ever-increasing demand for flexible and wearable electronics, there is a growing need to develop bendable LIBs without sacrificing their power density or cycle life. To this end, 3D graphene-based macrostructures (GBMs) are being actively pursued as next-generation, high-performance flexible electrode materials due to their exceptional structural flexibility and superior mechanical properties. This chapter, therefore, aims at summarizing the recent advances in the design and fabrication of 3D GBMs-based high-performance foldable and stretchable electrodes for applications in LIBs.

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