A flexible pressure sensor based on rGO/polyaniline wrapped sponge with tunable sensitivity for human motion detectionElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Wiley Online Library. See DOI: 10.1039/c8nr02813c

A flexible pressure sensor based on rGO/polyaniline wrapped sponge with tunable sensitivity for... High-performance stretchable and wearable electronic skins (E-skins) with high sensitivity and a large sensing range are urgently required with the rapid development of the Internet of things and artificial intelligence. Herein, a reduced graphene oxide (rGO)/polyaniline wrapped sponge is prepared via rGO coating and the in situ synthesis of polyaniline nanowires (PANI NWs) on the backbones of sponge for the fabrication of pressure sensors. From the as-prepared flexible sensor, tunable sensitivity (0.042 to 0.152 kPa1), wide working range (027 kPa), fast response (96 ms), high current output (300 A at 1 V), frequency-dependent performance reliable repeatability (9000 cycle) and stable signal waveform output can be readily obtained. In addition to tiny physiological activities (voice recognition, swallowing, mouth opening, blowing and breath), robust human motions (finger bending, elbow movement and knee squattingarising) can also be detected in real-time by the flexible sensors based on rGO/polyaniline wrapped sponge. All the results demonstrate that the flexible pressure sensor based on the functional-sponge is a promising candidate for healthcare monitoring and wearable circuitry in artificial intelligence. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nanoscale Royal Society of Chemistry

A flexible pressure sensor based on rGO/polyaniline wrapped sponge with tunable sensitivity for human motion detectionElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Wiley Online Library. See DOI: 10.1039/c8nr02813c

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Abstract

High-performance stretchable and wearable electronic skins (E-skins) with high sensitivity and a large sensing range are urgently required with the rapid development of the Internet of things and artificial intelligence. Herein, a reduced graphene oxide (rGO)/polyaniline wrapped sponge is prepared via rGO coating and the in situ synthesis of polyaniline nanowires (PANI NWs) on the backbones of sponge for the fabrication of pressure sensors. From the as-prepared flexible sensor, tunable sensitivity (0.042 to 0.152 kPa1), wide working range (027 kPa), fast response (96 ms), high current output (300 A at 1 V), frequency-dependent performance reliable repeatability (9000 cycle) and stable signal waveform output can be readily obtained. In addition to tiny physiological activities (voice recognition, swallowing, mouth opening, blowing and breath), robust human motions (finger bending, elbow movement and knee squattingarising) can also be detected in real-time by the flexible sensors based on rGO/polyaniline wrapped sponge. All the results demonstrate that the flexible pressure sensor based on the functional-sponge is a promising candidate for healthcare monitoring and wearable circuitry in artificial intelligence.

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NanoscaleRoyal Society of Chemistry

Published: May 18, 2018

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