Pan Pacific Symposium Conference Proceedings

Resistivity-Strain Analysis of Graphene-Based Ink Coated Fabrics for Wearable Electronics

Authors: M. Simard-Normandin, Q.-B. Ho, R. Rahman, S. Ferguson and K. Manga
Company: MuAnalysis Inc. and Grafoid Inc.
Date Published: 2/5/2018   Conference: Pan Pacific Symposium

Abstract: In this study, we have developed a method to prepare highly stable and conducting graphene-based ink to coat different types of fabrics, both woven and non-woven, and measured the change in resistivity as a function of stress and cyclic strain. The study shows promising results towards the application of conductive ink directly to fabric for wearable sensors.

Key Words: 

Graphene, wearable electronics, resistivitystrain, conductive ink, sensors.

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