A wearable and highly sensitive pressure sensor with ultrathin gold nanowires.

@article{Gong2014AWA,
  title={A wearable and highly sensitive pressure sensor with ultrathin gold nanowires.},
  author={Shu Gong and Willem Schwalb and Yongwei Wang and Yi Chen and Y. Teng Tang and Jye Si and Bijan Shirinzadeh and Wenlong Cheng},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={5},
  pages={3132}
}
Ultrathin gold nanowires are mechanically flexible yet robust, which are novel building blocks with potential applications in future wearable optoelectronic devices. Here we report an efficient, low-cost fabrication strategy to construct a highly sensitive, flexible pressure sensor by sandwiching ultrathin gold nanowire-impregnated tissue paper between two thin polydimethylsiloxane sheets. The entire device fabrication process is scalable, enabling facile large-area integration and patterning… CONTINUE READING
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