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Type: Artigo de Periódico
Title: Three-dimensional Organic Conductive Networks Embedded In Paper For Flexible And Foldable Devices
Author: Santhiago
M; Bettini
J; Araujo
SR; Bufon
Abstract: The fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) polypyrrole conductive tracks through the porous structure of paper is demonstrated by the first time. We combined paper microfluidics and gas-phase pyrrole monomers to chemically synthesize polypyrrole-conducting channels embedded in-between the cellulose fibers. By using this method, foldable conductive structures can be created across the whole paper structure, allowing the electrical connection between both sides of the substrate. As a proof of concept, top-channel-top (TCT) and top-channel bottom (TCB) conductive interconnections as well as all-organic paper-based touch buttons are, demonstrated.
Subject: Paper Microfluidics
Flexible Electronics
Foldable Devices
Paper-based Devices
Conductive Paper And Three-dimensional Conductive Devices
Citation: Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces. AMER CHEMICAL SOC, n. 8, n. 17, p. 10661 - 10664.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b02589
Date Issue: 2016
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