Highly Flexible Wrinkled Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Strain Sensor to Monitor Human Movement
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Highly Flexible Wrinkled Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Strain Sensor to Monitor Human Movement

  • Author(s): Park, S-J
  • Kim, J
  • Chu, M
  • Khine, M
  • et al.
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Abstract

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) on shape memory polymers result in densified, nano- to microscale wrinkles upon heat-induced shrinkage. These wrinkled CNT bundles can be transferred into soft materials similar to the human epidermis for extremely highly stretchable skin mountable strain sensors with a dynamic range of over 700%.

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