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000222718 245__ $$aVariable Stiffness Fiber with Self-Healing Capability
000222718 269__ $$a2016
000222718 260__ $$bWiley-V C H Verlag Gmbh$$c2016$$aWeinheim
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000222718 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000222718 520__ $$aA variable stiffness fiber made of silicone and low melting point alloys quickly becomes >700 times softer and >400 times more deformable when heated above 62 °C. It shows remarkable self-healing properties and can be clamped, knitted, and bonded, as shown in a foldable multi-purpose drone, a wearable cast for bone injuries, and a soft multi-directional actuator
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000222718 6531_ $$alow melting point alloy
000222718 6531_ $$aself-healing
000222718 6531_ $$ashape fixity
000222718 6531_ $$asoft fluidic actuators
000222718 6531_ $$amultimodal locomotion
000222718 6531_ $$awearable devices
000222718 700__ $$0249419$$g249156$$aTonazzini, Alice
000222718 700__ $$0251548$$g234821$$aMintchev, Stefano
000222718 700__ $$aSchubert, Bryan
000222718 700__ $$aMazzolai, Barbara
000222718 700__ $$0245641$$g212064$$aShintake, Jun
000222718 700__ $$aFloreano, Dario$$0240742$$g111729
000222718 773__ $$j28$$tAdvanced Materials$$k46$$q10105
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