Self-Healing Functional Electronic Devices
Research output: Journal Publications and Reviews (RGC: 21, 22, 62) › 21_Publication in refereed journal › peer-review
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|Journal / Publication||Small|
|Publication status||Online published - 21 Jul 2021|
Electronic devices with various functions bring great convenience and revolutionize the way we live. They are inevitable to degrade over time because of physical or chemical fatigue and damage during practical operation. To make these devices have the ability to autonomously heal from cracks and restore their mechanical and electrical properties, self-healing materials emerged as the time requires for constructing robust and self-healing electronic devices. Here the development of self-healing electronic devices with different functions, for example, energy harvesting, energy storage, sensing, and transmission, is reviewed. The new application scenarios and existing challenges are explored, and possible strategies and perspectives for future practical applications are discussed.
- bioelectronic devices, electronic accessories, energy harvesting, energy storage, self-healing, HYDROGEL ELECTROLYTE, RECENT PROGRESS, STRAIN SENSORS, POLYMER, SOFT, CONDUCTIVITY, RESTORATION, ACTUATORS, COMPOSITE, SMART