Ultra-stretchable and skin-mountable strain sensors using carbon nanotubes-Ecoflex nanocomposites.

  title={Ultra-stretchable and skin-mountable strain sensors using carbon nanotubes-Ecoflex nanocomposites.},
  author={Morteza Amjadi and Yong Jin Yoon and Inkyu Park},
  volume={26 37},
Super-stretchable, skin-mountable, and ultra-soft strain sensors are presented by using carbon nanotube percolation network-silicone rubber nanocomposite thin films. The applicability of the strain sensors as epidermal electronic systems, in which mechanical compliance like human skin and high stretchability (ϵ > 100%) are required, has been explored. The sensitivity of the strain sensors can be tuned by the number density of the carbon nanotube percolation network. The strain sensors show… CONTINUE READING
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