Biphasic Metal Films: Intrinsically Stretchable Biphasic (Solid-Liquid) Thin Metal Films (Adv. Mater. 22/2016).

Abstract

On page 4507, S. P. Lacour and co-workers present highly conductive and stretchable solid-liquid films that are formed by physical vapor deposition of gallium onto an alloying gold layer. The image shows patterns defined by lift-off on an elastomer membrane. The magnified view is a false-color scanning electron microscopy (SEM) image (×5000) of the surface of the films under 50% applied strain, showing the liquid Ga (blue-gray) flowing between the AuGa2 /Ga clusters (gold).

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201670153

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@article{Hirsch2016BiphasicMF, title={Biphasic Metal Films: Intrinsically Stretchable Biphasic (Solid-Liquid) Thin Metal Films (Adv. Mater. 22/2016).}, author={Arthur Hirsch and Hadrien O. Michaud and Aaron P. Gerratt and S{\'e}verine de Mulatier and St{\'e}phanie P. Lacour}, journal={Advanced materials}, year={2016}, volume={28 22}, pages={4506} }