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Stretchable and transparent electrodes based on in-plane structures

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Title
Stretchable and transparent electrodes based on in-plane structures
Author
Kim, KukjooKim, JooheeHyun, Byung GwanJi, SangyoonKim, So-YunKim, SungwonAn, Byeong WanPark, Jang-Ung
Keywords
Carbon nano-materials; Electrical conductivity; Mechanical deformation; Nano-scale materials; Stretchable electrodes; Stretchable electronics; Transparent electrode; Transparent thin film
Issue Date
201509
Publisher
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Citation
NANOSCALE, v.7, no.35, pp.14577 - 14594
Abstract
Stretchable electronics has attracted great interest with compelling potential applications that require reliable operation under mechanical deformation. Achieving stretchability in devices, however, requires a deeper understanding of nanoscale materials and mechanics beyond the success of flexible electronics. In this regard, tremendous research efforts have been dedicated toward developing stretchable electrodes, which are one of the most important building blocks for stretchable electronics. Stretchable transparent thin-film electrodes, which retain their electrical conductivity and optical transparency under mechanical deformation, are particularly important for the favourable application of stretchable devices. This minireview summarizes recent advances in stretchable transparent thin-film electrodes, especially employing strategies based on in-plane structures. Various approaches using metal nanomaterials, carbon nanomaterials, and their hybrids are described in terms of preparation processes and their optoelectronic/mechanical properties. Some challenges and perspectives for further advances in stretchable transparent electrodes are also discussed. © 2015 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C5NR04341G
ISSN
2040-3364
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