Biodegradable Elastomers and Silicon Nanomembranes/Nanoribbons for Stretchable, Transient Electronics, and Biosensors

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Transient electronics represents an emerging class of technology that exploits materials and/or device constructs that are capable of physically disappearing or disintegrating in a controlled manner at programmed rates or times. Inorganic semiconductor nanomaterials such as silicon nanomembranes/nanoribbons provide attractive choices for active elements in transistors;. diodes and other essential components of overall systems that dissolve completely by hydrolysis in biofluids or groundwater. We describe here materials, mechanics, and design layouts to achieve this type of technology in stretchable configurations with biodegradable elastomers for substrate/encapsulation layers: Experimental and theoretical results illuminate the mechanical properties under large strain deformation. Circuit characterization of complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor inverters and individual transistors under various levels Of applied loads validates the design strategies. Examples of biosensors demonstrate possibilities for stretchable, transient devices in biomedical applications.
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Issue Date
2015-05
Language
English
Article Type
Article
Keywords

FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORS; EPIDERMAL ELECTRONICS; NANOWIRE NANOSENSORS; DEVICES

Citation

NANO LETTERS, v.15, no.5, pp.2801 - 2808

ISSN
1530-6984
DOI
10.1021/nl503997m
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/224813
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BiS-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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