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Chemically Driven Printed Textile Sensors Based on Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes
The unique properties of graphene, such as the high elasticity, mechanical strength, thermal conductivity, very high electrical conductivity and transparency, make them it an interesting material for stretchable electronic ...
Włókna prekursorowe z nanokompozytu PAN do zastosowań medycznych i technicznych
(Wydawnictwo Politechniki ŁódzkiejLodz University of Technology. Press, 2012)
Research of the conditions of manufacturing two types nanocomposite PAN precursor fibers was developed. Depending on the type introduced nanoadditive to the PAN fibres, the carbon fibres obtained on their basis will be ...
Printed Textiles with Chemical Sensor Properties
(Instytut Biopolimerów i Włókien Chemicznych (IBWCh) , Łódź, PolskaInstitute of Biopolymers and Chemical Fibres, Lodz, Poland, 2014)
In this study the authors proposed the introduction of chemical sensors directly on textile surfaces in the form of conductive transmission parts using the screen-printing technique. A liquid vapour-sensitive, printing ...