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How to get changing patterns on a textile surface by using thermo chromic pigments and an inherently conductive polymer

  title={How to get changing patterns on a textile surface by using thermo chromic pigments and an inherently conductive polymer},
  author={Laleh Maleki},
With regard to the recent interests in smart textiles,this research activity has been conducted with the aim of producing a pattern changing design on textiles. In order to fulfill the demands of s ... 
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