Type

Journal Article

Authors

Conor Boland
Hanane Benameur
Umar Khan
Jonathan Coleman

Subjects

Physics

Topics
comparative study surface coatings conductivity sensors lead high conductivity effective strain nanowires silver composite materials

Surface coatings of silver nanowires lead to effective, high conductivity, high-strain, ultrathin sensors (2017)

Abstract Integrated sensors for bodily measurements require a sensing material that is highly conductive, flexible, thin and sensitive. It is important that these materials are non-invasive in application but robust in nature to allow for effective, continuous measurement. Herein, we report a comparative study of two simple, scalable methods to produce silver nanowire (AgNW) polyurethane (PU) composite materials: layer-by-layer (LBL) and mixed filtration. Both types of composites formed were ultrathin (∼50 μm) and highly conductive (10
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Conor Boland, Hanane Benameur, Umar Khan, Jonathan Coleman

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