Triboelectric Generators and Sensors for Self-Powered Wearable Electronics
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- Triboelectric Generators and Sensors for Self-Powered Wearable Electronics
- Ha, Minjeong; Park, Jonghwa; Lee, Youngoh; Ko, Hyunhyub
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- AMER CHEMICAL SOC
- ACS NANO, v.9, no.4, pp.3421 - 3427
- In recent years, the field of wearable electronics has evolved at a rapid pace, requiring continued innovation in technologies in the fields of electronics, energy devices, and sensors. In particular, wearable devices have multiple applications in healthcare monitoring, identification, and wireless communications, and they are required to perform well while being lightweight and having small size, flexibility, low power consumption, and reliable sensing performances. In this Perspective, we introduce two recent reports on the triboelectric generators with high-power generation achieved using flexible and lightweight textiles or miniaturized and hybridized device configurations. In addition, we present a brief overview of recent developments and future prospects of triboelectric energy harvesters and sensors, which may enable fully self-powered wearable devices with significantly improved sensing capabilities
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