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High strain, Adhesive, Self-Healable poly(acrylic acid) hydrogel with Temperature sensibility as Epidermal Sensors

Abstract

A fully physical poly(acrylic acid)(PAA) hydrogel with temperature sensibility was fabricated. The temperature-sensitive point of hydrogel was near 25℃ by introducing the copolymer of N-isopropylacrylamide(NIPAAM) and dopamine methacrylamide(DMA). More importantly, hydrogels exhibited excellent self-healing properties, mechanical properties and tunable adhesive strength and could be used as epidermal senors.

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Accepted
08 May 2020
First published
18 May 2020

This article is Open Access

Mater. Adv., 2020, Accepted Manuscript
Article type
Communication

High strain, Adhesive, Self-Healable poly(acrylic acid) hydrogel with Temperature sensibility as Epidermal Sensors

R. Zhang, H. Ruan, Q. Fu, X. Zhu and Y. Yao, Mater. Adv., 2020, Accepted Manuscript , DOI: 10.1039/D0MA00282H

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