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High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers / Y. Mouhamad, T. Mortensen, A. Holder, A. R. Lewis, Thierry Maffeis, Davide Deganello

RSC Advances, Volume: 6, Issue: 107, Pages: 105206 - 105210

Swansea University Authors: Thierry Maffeis, Davide Deganello

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DOI (Published version): 10.1039/C6RA19540G

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This article details the development of a thin film piezoresistive screen printed pressure sensor on a flexible substrate using a composite ink based on functionalised graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs). The sensor operates through direct interfacial contact between two distinct films of the composite in...

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ISSN: 2046-2069
Published: 2016
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title High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
spellingShingle High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
Thierry, Maffeis
Davide, Deganello
title_short High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
title_full High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
title_fullStr High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
title_full_unstemmed High performance tunable piezoresistive pressure sensor based on direct contact between printed graphene nanoplatelet composite layers
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description This article details the development of a thin film piezoresistive screen printed pressure sensor on a flexible substrate using a composite ink based on functionalised graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs). The sensor operates through direct interfacial contact between two distinct films of the composite ink deposited over conductive substrates, without requiring any intermediate gap through spacers. The sensors showed consistent results and sensitivity forces ranging between 10 N to 2000 N. The piezoresistive range of the sensor can be tuned with the number of layers deposited per side.
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