Review—The Development of Wearable Polymer-Based Sensors: Perspectives

  title={Review—The Development of Wearable Polymer-Based Sensors: Perspectives},
  author={Christian Harito and Listya Utari and Budi Riza Putra and Brian Yuliarto and Setyo Purwanto and Syed Mohammed Javaid Zaidi and Dmitry V. Bavykin and Frank Marken and Frank C. Walsh},
  journal={Journal of The Electrochemical Society},
The development of smart polymer materials is reviewed and illustrated. Important examples of these polymers include conducting polymers, ionic gels, stimulus-response be used polymers, liquid crystalline polymers and piezoelectric materials, which have desirable properties for use in wearable sensors. This review outlines the mode of action in these types of smart polymers systems for utilisation as wearable sensors. Categories of wearable sensors are considered as tattoo-like designs, patch… 

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