Microtopography-Guided Conductive Patterns of Liquid-Driven Graphene Nanoplatelet Networks for Stretchable and Skin-Conformal Sensor Array (Adv. Mater. 21/2017)


Graphene nanoplates can be assembled into transparent and conductive ultrathin coatings on micropatterned surfaces or planar substrates by self-assembly via a convective Marangoni force. Based on this method, Sang Ouk Kim, Changhyun Pang, and co-workers fabricate a thin, stretchable, and skin-conformal strain-sensor array that has microtopography-guided, conductive patterns.


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Microtopography-Guided Conductive Patterns of Liquid-Driven Graphene Nanoplatelet Networks for Stretchable and Skin-Conformal Sensor Array: Youngjin Park, Jongwon Shim, Suyeon Jeong, Gi-Ra Yi, Heeyeop Chae, Jong Wook Bae, Sang Ouk Kim and Changhyun Pang

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