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Transfer Printing of Metallic Microstructures on Adhesion-Promoting Hydrogel Substrates

2015

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Fabrication schemes that integrate inorganic microstructures with hydrogel substrates are essential for advancing flexible electronics. A transfer printing process that is made possible through the design and synthesis of adhesion-promoting hydrogels as target substrates is reported. This fabrication technique may advance ultracompliant electronics by melding microfabricated structures with swollen hydrogel substrates.

Author(s): Wu, Haosheng and Sariola, Veikko and Zhu, Congcong and Zhao, Jingsi and Sitti, Metin and Bettinger, Christopher J
Journal: Advanced Materials
Volume: 27
Number (issue): 22
Pages: 3398--3404
Year: 2015
Month: April
Day: 22

Department(s): Physical Intelligence
Bibtex Type: Article (article)

DOI: 10.1002/adma.201500954

BibTex

@article{wu2015transfer,
  title = {Transfer Printing of Metallic Microstructures on Adhesion-Promoting Hydrogel Substrates},
  author = {Wu, Haosheng and Sariola, Veikko and Zhu, Congcong and Zhao, Jingsi and Sitti, Metin and Bettinger, Christopher J},
  journal = {Advanced Materials},
  volume = {27},
  number = {22},
  pages = {3398--3404},
  month = apr,
  year = {2015},
  month_numeric = {4}
}