Development and Modeling of Conducting Polymer Actuators and the Fabrication of a Conducting Polymer Based Feedback Loop

@inproceedings{Madden2003DevelopmentAM,
  title={Development and Modeling of Conducting Polymer Actuators and the Fabrication of a Conducting Polymer Based Feedback Loop},
  author={Peter G. Madden},
  year={2003}
}
Conducting polymers as a class of materials can be used to build a diverse range of devices. Conducting polymer based actuators (muscles), transistors (neurons), strain gages (muscle spindles), force sensors (Golgi tendon organs), light emitting diodes, photodetectors (eyes), batteries and supercapacitors (energy storage), and chemical sensors (noses) can all be manufactured. The range of behaviors makes conducting polymers the only class of materials that might be able to mimic the full range… CONTINUE READING
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