Flexible and printable paper-based strain sensors for wearable and large-area green electronics.

@article{Liao2016FlexibleAP,
  title={Flexible and printable paper-based strain sensors for wearable and large-area green electronics.},
  author={Xinqin Liao and Zheng Yong Zhang and Qingliang Liao and Qijie Liang and Yang Ping Ou and Minxuan Xu and Minghua Li and Guangjie Zhang and Yue Zhang},
  journal={Nanoscale},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 26},
  pages={
          13025-32
        }
}
Paper-based (PB) green electronics is an emerging and potentially game-changing technology due to ease of recycling/disposal, the economics of manufacture and the applicability to flexible electronics. Herein, new-type printable PB strain sensors (PPBSSs) from graphite glue (graphite powder and methylcellulose) have been fabricated. The graphite glue is exposed to thermal annealing to produce surface micro/nano cracks, which are very sensitive to compressive or tensile strain. The devices… CONTINUE READING

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