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CitationSun, Jeong-Yun, Christoph Keplinger, George M. Whitesides, and Zhigang Suo. 2014. “Ionic Skin.” Advanced Materials 26 (45) (October 29): 7608–7614. doi:10.1002/adma.201403441.
AbstractElectronic skins (i.e., stretchable sheets of distributed sensors) report signals using electrons, whereas natural skins report signals using ions. Here, ionic conductors are used to create a new type of sensory sheet, called “ionic skin”. Ionic skins are highly stretchable, transparent, and biocompatible. They readily measure strains from 1% to 500%, and pressures as low as 1 kPa.
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