Fully rubbery integrated electronics from high effective mobility intrinsically stretchable semiconductors
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- Fully rubbery integrated electronics from high effective mobility intrinsically stretchable semiconductors
- Sim, Kyoseung; Rao, Zhoulyu; Kim, Hae-Jin; Thukral, Anish; Shim, Hyunseok; Yu, Cunjiang
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- AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE
- SCIENCE ADVANCES, v.5, no.2
- An intrinsically stretchable rubbery semiconductor with high mobility is critical to the realization of high-performance stretchable electronics and integrated devices for many applications where large mechanical deformation or stretching is involved. Here, we report fully rubbery integrated electronics from a rubbery semiconductor with a high effective mobility, obtained by introducing metallic carbon nanotubes into a rubbery semiconductor composite. This enhancement in effective carrier mobility is enabled by providing fast paths and, therefore, a shortened carrier transport distance. Transistors and their arrays fully based on intrinsically stretchable electronic materials were developed, and they retained electrical performances without substantial loss when subjected to 50% stretching. Fully rubbery integrated electronics and logic gates were developed, and they also functioned reliably upon mechanical stretching. A rubbery active matrix based elastic tactile sensing skin to map physical touch was demonstrated to illustrate one of the applications.
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