Tattoolike Polyaniline Microparticle-Doped Gold Nanowire Patches as Highly Durable Wearable Sensors.

@article{Gong2015TattoolikePM,
  title={Tattoolike Polyaniline Microparticle-Doped Gold Nanowire Patches as Highly Durable Wearable Sensors.},
  author={Shu Gong and Daniel T. H. Lai and Yan Wang and Lim Wei Yap and Kae Jye Si and Qianqian Shi and Naveen Noah Jason and T. Ananta Sridhar and Hemayet Uddin and Wenlong Cheng},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 35},
  pages={19700-8}
}
Wearable and highly sensitive strain sensors are essential components of electronic skin for future biomonitoring and human machine interfaces. Here we report a low-cost yet efficient strategy to dope polyaniline microparticles into gold nanowire (AuNW) films, leading to 10 times enhancement in conductivity and ∼8 times improvement in sensitivity. Simultaneously, tattoolike wearable sensors could be fabricated simply by a direct "draw-on" strategy with a Chinese penbrush. The stretchability of… CONTINUE READING
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