Intrinsically Stretchable Biphasic (Solid–Liquid) Thin Metal Films

Stretchable biphasic conductors are formed by physical vapor deposition of gallium onto an alloying metal film. The properties of the photolithography-compatible thin metal films are highlighted by low sheet resistance (0.5 Ω sq−1) and large stretchability (400%). This novel approach to deposit and pattern liquid metals enables extremely robust, multilayer and soft circuits, sensors, and actuators.


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Advanced Materials
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2016
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Weinheim, Wiley-V C H Verlag Gmbh
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