Conductivity trends of PEDOT-PSS impregnated fabric and the effect of conductivity on electrochromic textile.

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A stretchable e-textile was fabricated by simply soaking Spandex fabric in a conductive polymer aqueous dispersion, PEDOT-PSS. The resulting conductive fabric had an average conductivity of 0.1 S/cm. Subjecting the fabric to more than one soaking step increased the conductivity of the fabric up to ca. 2.0 S/cm resulting in a 33% faster switching speed. This… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/am100036n

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@article{Ding2010ConductivityTO, title={Conductivity trends of PEDOT-PSS impregnated fabric and the effect of conductivity on electrochromic textile.}, author={Yujie Ding and Michael A Invernale and G. Sotzing}, journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces}, year={2010}, volume={2 6}, pages={1588-93} }