Multifunctional, flexible electronic systems based on engineered nanostructured materials
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- Multifunctional, flexible electronic systems based on engineered nanostructured materials
- Ko, Hyunhyub; Kapadia, Rehan; Takei, Kuniharu; Takahashi, Toshitake; Zhang, Xiaobo; Javey, Ali
- Antireflective; Electronic device; External stimulus; Flexible electronic devices; Flexible electronic systems; Flexible system; Polymeric substrate; Reversible binding; Spatial mapping
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- IOP PUBLISHING LTD
- NANOTECHNOLOGY, v.23, no.34, pp.1 - 11
- The development of flexible electronic systems has been extensively researched in recent years, with the goal of expanding the potential scope and market of modern electronic devices in the areas of computation, communications, displays, sensing and energy. Uniquely, the use of soft polymeric substrates enables the incorporation of advanced features beyond mechanical bendability and stretchability. In this paper, we describe several functionalities which can be achieved using engineered nanostructured materials. In particular, reversible binding, self-cleaning, antireflective and shape-reconfigurable properties are introduced for the realization of multifunctional, flexible electronic devices. Examples of flexible systems capable of spatial mapping and/or responding to external stimuli are also presented as a new class of user-interactive devices.
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