Biocompatible and self-healing ionic gel skin as shape-adaptable and skin-adhering sensor of human motions …, D Pei, Z Wang, M Li, X Ma, J You, C Li - Chemical Engineering Journal 2020, 398, 125540-成果-仿生智能材料研究组  
Biocompatible and self-healing ionic gel skin as shape-adaptable and skin-adhering sensor of human motions …, D Pei, Z Wang, M Li, X Ma, J You, C Li - Chemical Engineering Journal 2020, 398, 125540 2020 生物质基 柔性智能材料 论文
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Artificial electric skin, which is capable of strongly adhering to different parts of human bodies and precisely detect different types of human motions, shows great promise for biomedical prosthetics, human/machine interfaces, wearable devices and soft robotics. In this study, biocompatible ionic gels with shape-adaptability and skin-adhering are produced through in situ polymerizing (3-acrylamidophenyl) boronic acid and acrylamide in the presence of chitosan containing catechol groups. The chemical cross-linkers are capable of modulating their elasticity, toughness and stretching tolerance. The reversible cross-linkers of H-bonding and dynamic covalent bonds endow the gels not only with strong adhering strength on different surfaces (including skin) and rapid self-healing in minutes, but also with large stretchability (e.g., 12–200 times of tensile length) and plasticity for shape-adaptability on irregular surfaces. Thus, by introducing mussel-inspired catechol groups into biomass-based macromolecules, a novel type of artificial ionic skin is designed with high sensitivity in combination with mechanical stretchability and bio-compatibility. They will promise great potential as (but not limited to) the skin-friendly sensor to detect various human motions with high accuracy and repeatability.

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