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Sensors and Materials, Volume 32, Number 7(3) (2020)
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pp. 2527-2538
S&M2280 Research Paper of Special Issue
https://doi.org/10.18494/SAM.2020.2853
Published: July 31, 2020

Flexible Porous Carbon Black-Polymer Composites with a High Gauge Factor [PDF]

Yi-Te Huang, Naoki Inomata, Zhuqing Wang, Yu-Ching Lin, and Takahito Ono

(Received March 6, 2020; Accepted April 14, 2020)

Keywords: nanoporous, carbon black, conductive polymer, high gauge factor, strain sensing

In this work, new conductive polymer films suitable for microfabrication have been developed. The solutions used are prepared by dispersing highly conductive nanoporous carbon blacks (n-CBs) in PHOTONEECE® (CBPh), polyvinyl alcohol (CBsPV), or gelatin (CBsGel). Conductive polymer composite thin films are formed by spin-coating on a clean glass substrate. The electrical conductivity and its response to strain are evaluated by a four-point bending method, which shows high gauge factors (GFs) of 150 and 523 for PVA- and gelatin-based composite films, respectively, in a low strain region. This clearly reveals the high potential capability of these novel nanocomposite films with the reported CB composite polymer showing a GF of ~100. It is considered that the porous structure of the n-CBs provides high sensitivity of flexible sensing elements that can be implemented into microfabrication processes easily.

Corresponding author: Takahito Ono


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Yi-Te Huang, Naoki Inomata, Zhuqing Wang, Yu-Ching Lin, and Takahito Ono, Flexible Porous Carbon Black-Polymer Composites with a High Gauge Factor, Sens. Mater., Vol. 32, No. 7, 2020, p. 2527-2538.



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