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Recent research has led to rapid advances in stretchable electronics and optoelec-tronics technologies. [ 1–9 ] When implemented with high quality inorganic semiconductors, these systems can offer the performance of conventional wafer-based devices, but with the mechanics of a rubber band, to allow stretching, compressing , bending, twisting and conformal(More)
lifetimes. The materials and design layouts must be engineered carefully to meet this goal. A different kind of technology , referred to as transient electronics , [ 1 ] has, as a key characteristic, an opposite feature: it physically disappears at prescribed rates in a benign way when exposed, for example, to water in the environment or the body. Devices(More)
pharmaceuticals that are activated upon exposure to the digestive tract; [ 11 ] the structures do not, however, exist as proper batteries, in the conventional sense, nor do they offer output powers useful for general classes of bioresorbable electronics. Magnesium (Mg) is, however, an appealing anode material due to its high energy density, long shelf-life(More)
Articles you may be interested in Fully complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor compatible nanoplasmonic slot waveguides for silicon electronic photonic integrated circuits Appl. Compact models considering incomplete voltage swing in complementary metal oxide semiconductor circuits at ultralow voltages: A circuit perspective on limits of switching energy(More)
Semiconducting materials are central to the development of high-performance electronics that are capable of dissolving completely when immersed in aqueous solutions, groundwater, or biofluids, for applications in temporary biomedical implants, environmentally degradable sensors, and other systems. The results reported here include comprehensive studies of(More)
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