2023
DOI: 10.1002/adfm.202301036
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Abstract: Flexible strain sensors, particularly crack-based ones, have evoked great interests in recent years because of their excellent sensitivity and promising applications in health monitoring and human-machine interactions. However, the poor durability originated from the weak interfacial bonding between fragile conductive layer and stretchable elastic substrate makes it difficult to meet the needs of practical use. Herein, a strategy enabled by interfacial click chemistry is proposed for effectively enhancing the … Show more

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“…These cracks continue to grow as the stretching process proceeds. The AgNWs effectively bridge the microcracks between MXene, prolonging the extension process of the cracks and enabling a wider sensing range and sensing sensitivity. , When the stress is released, the gap between the cracks gradually closes, and the conductive pathway increases, leading to a decrease in resistance and reversible sensing characteristic.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…These cracks continue to grow as the stretching process proceeds. The AgNWs effectively bridge the microcracks between MXene, prolonging the extension process of the cracks and enabling a wider sensing range and sensing sensitivity. , When the stress is released, the gap between the cracks gradually closes, and the conductive pathway increases, leading to a decrease in resistance and reversible sensing characteristic.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The AgNWs effectively bridge the microcracks between MXene, prolonging the extension process of the cracks and enabling a wider sensing range and sensing sensitivity. 57,58 When the stress is released, the gap between the cracks gradually closes, and the The relationship between different mass fractions of AgNW/ MXene and the sensing performance was investigated. Figure 4a shows that the change in the relative resistance value gradually increases with the mass fraction of AgNW/MXene under 0−40% strain conditions.…”
Section: Strain Characteristics Of Agnw/mxene/pdms Composite Filmsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[9][10][11][12][13][14][15] In this context, wearable sign language translation (WSLT) gloves, serving to break the newly designed structures, the properties of anti-harsh environments of the sensors have not received enough attention. [32][33][34] Sensors based on serpentine meander structures, on the contrary, show great mechanical durability even under a large strain range but a much lower sensitivity than that of the crack-based sensor. [35][36][37][38] Some researchers combine the meander structure with the sensing mechanism of the crack-based sensors by exploiting the contact resistance between adjacent meander traces.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although the cyclic stability of the crack‐based strain sensors has been improved through some newly designed structures, the properties of anti‐harsh environments of the sensors have not received enough attention. [ 32–34 ]…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…, supercapacitors 4 and batteries 5,6 ) and energy-consuming devices ( e.g. , sensors 7–9 ) into an all-in-one integrated microsystem on a single substrate. In this regard, nanofiber MSC-based micro-integrated systems, wireless self-powered wearable sweat analysis systems, 10 human-breathing monitors, wearable electronics based on triboelectric nanogenerators, 11,12 thermo-phototronic solar cells, 13 and thermoelectric generators 14 have been proposed for a high-throughput, all-in-one on chip sensing platform.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%