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Themed collection Materials chemistry in flexible electronics

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Editorial

Materials chemistry in flexible electronics

Guest editors Xiaodong Chen, John A. Rogers, Stéphanie P. Lacour, Wenping Hu, and Dae-Hyeong Kim introduce the Materials chemistry in flexible electronics themed issue of Chemical Society Reviews.

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Review Article

Materials and structural designs of stretchable conductors

Stretchable conductors developed through structural and materials engineering are contributing to the realization of next-generation soft electronic devices for healthcare and soft-robotics.

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Open Access Review Article

Flexible fiber-based optoelectronics for neural interfaces

Thermally drawn multimaterial fibers were leveraged as multifunctional optoelectronic probes of neural activity and development.

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Review Article

Route towards sustainable smart sensors: ferroelectric polyvinylidene fluoride-based materials and their integration in flexible electronics

Printed ferroelectric devices are ideal candidates for self-powered and multifunctional sensor skins, contributing to a sustainable smart future.

Graphical abstract: Route towards sustainable smart sensors: ferroelectric polyvinylidene fluoride-based materials and their integration in flexible electronics
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Review Article

Morphological/nanostructural control toward intrinsically stretchable organic electronics

The development of intrinsically stretchable electronics poses great challenges in synthesizing elastomeric conductors, semiconductors and dielectric materials.

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Review Article

Conductive nanomaterials for 2D and 3D printed flexible electronics

This review describes recent developments in the field of conductive nanomaterials and their application in 2D and 3D printed flexible electronics, with particular emphasis on inks based on metal nanoparticles and nanowires, carbon nanotubes, and graphene sheets.

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Review Article

High-performance stretchable conductive nanocomposites: materials, processes, and device applications

This article reviews the cascade strategy of stretchable conductive nanocomposites where various filler materials are processed for stretchable electronic applications.

Graphical abstract: High-performance stretchable conductive nanocomposites: materials, processes, and device applications
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Review Article

Softening gold for elastronics

This review covers the latest research progress of “softening” gold materials for various applications in elastronics.

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Open Access Review Article

Hydrogel bioelectronics

Hydrogels have emerged as a promising bioelectronic interfacing material. This review discusses the fundamentals and recent advances in hydrogel bioelectronics.

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Review Article

Organic and hybrid resistive switching materials and devices

This review presents a timely and comprehensive summary of organic and hybrid materials for nonvolatile resistive switching memory applications in the “More than Moore” era, with particular attention on their designing principles for electronic property tuning and flexible memory performance.

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Review Article

Organic crystalline materials in flexible electronics

Highly ordered organic crystalline materials provide an ideal platform for next-generation flexible electronics.

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Review Article

Flexible colloidal nanocrystal electronics

Colloidal nanocrystals are dispersed in solvent forming “inks” for the solution-based fabrication of flexible nanocrystal electronics.

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Open Access Review Article

Critical review of the molecular design progress in non-fullerene electron acceptors towards commercially viable organic solar cells

A critical analysis of the molecular design strategies employed in the recent progress of non-fullerene electron acceptors for organic photovoltaics.

Graphical abstract: Critical review of the molecular design progress in non-fullerene electron acceptors towards commercially viable organic solar cells
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Review Article

Wearable and flexible electronics for continuous molecular monitoring

Wearable/flexible chemical sensors enable continuous molecular monitoring and provide an individual's dynamic health information at the molecular level.

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Open Access Tutorial Review

How to tailor flexible silicone elastomers with mechanical integrity: a tutorial review

The tutorial aims to equip the beginners in silicone research with the knowledge to formulate recipes and process elastomer networks, targeting specific properties related to soft applications such as stretchable electronics without compromising the mechanical integrity of the elastomer.

Graphical abstract: How to tailor flexible silicone elastomers with mechanical integrity: a tutorial review
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Tutorial Review

Proactively modulating mechanical behaviors of materials at multiscale for mechano-adaptable devices

Through molecular and structural design, proactively modulated mechano-adaptable devices are shedding light on the next generation of intelligent flexible devices.

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About this collection

We are delighted to present a Chemical Society Reviews themed collection on “Materials chemistry in flexible electronics”, Guest Edited by Xiaodong Chen (Nanyang Technological University), John A. Rogers (Northwestern University), Stéphanie P. Lacour (EPFL), Wenping Hu (Tianjin University) and Dae-Hyeong Kim (Seoul National University). This issue encompasses the recent efforts in materials chemistry to accelerate the research of flexible electronics and highlight the latest development in applications such as electronic skin, healthcare, next generation wearables, display, and energy storage.

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