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Enhancement of piezoelectricity via electrostatic effects on a textile platform

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Abstract

We have shown the enhanced piezoelectricity by electrostatic effects on a textile based platform. The electrostatic and piezoelectric effects were hybridized by integrating piezoelectric ZnO nanowires and a charged dielectric film on a wearable textile substrate. The hybrid textile nanogenerator produced an output voltage of 8 V and an output current of 2.5 μA. Using a simple AC–DC converter circuit, we operated the green organic light-emitting diode and a liquid crystal display panel using a 100 dB sonic wave.

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Submitted
03 Jul 2012
Accepted
14 Aug 2012
First published
15 Aug 2012

Energy Environ. Sci., 2012,5, 8932-8936
Article type
Communication

Enhancement of piezoelectricity via electrostatic effects on a textile platform

H. Kim, S. M. Kim, H. Son, H. Kim, B. Park, J. Ku, J. I. Sohn, K. Im, J. E. Jang, J. Park, O. Kim, S. Cha and Y. J. Park, Energy Environ. Sci., 2012, 5, 8932
DOI: 10.1039/C2EE22744D

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