Development of site-specific arrays of pressure, temperature and humidity multi-responsive nanorods

Taher Abu Ali, Philipp Schäffner, Barbara Stadlober, Anna Maria Coclite

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Abstract

Zinc oxide deposited by a novel new technique, Plasma Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition (PEALD) is combined with a thermoresponsive hydrogel, namely p(NVCL), deposited by Initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition (iCVD), which results in multi-stimuli responsive core-shell nanorods. These nanorods are deposited into a template material (UV-curable Polyurethane acrylate). The template material is deposited onto flexible PET substrates and is subsequently patterned using UV-NIL techniques. Electrical characterization of the resultant device is required to quantify the response to humidity, temperature and pressure, which is accompanied by FEM simulations
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 26 Sep 2019

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Development of site-specific arrays of pressure, temperature and humidity multi-responsive nanorods. / Abu Ali, Taher; Schäffner, Philipp; Stadlober, Barbara; Coclite, Anna Maria.

2019.

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