Integrated arrays of air-dielectric graphene transistors as transparent active-matrix pressure sensors for wide pressure ranges.

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Nature communications, ISSN: 2041-1723, Vol: 8, Page: 14950

Publication Year:
2017
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http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/21794
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28361867
DOI:
10.1038/ncomms14950
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Shin, Sung-Ho, Ji, Sangyoon, Choi, Seiho, Pyo, Kyoung-Hee, Wan An, Byeong, Park, Jihun, Kim, Joohee, Kim, Ju-Young, Lee, Ki-Suk, Kwon, Soon-Yong, Heo, Jaeyeong, Park, Byong-Guk, Park, Jang-Ung Show More Hide
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Springer Nature, NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP
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Chemistry, Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology, Physics and Astronomy
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Integrated electronic circuitries with pressure sensors have been extensively researched as a key component for emerging electronics applications such as electronic skins and health-monitoring devices. Although existing pressure sensors display high sensitivities, they can only be used for specific purposes due to the narrow range of detectable pressure (under tens of kPa) and the difficulty of forming highly integrated arrays. However, it is essential to develop tactile pressure sensors with a wide pressure range in order to use them for diverse application areas including medical diagnosis, robotics or automotive electronics. Here we report an unconventional approach for fabricating fully integrated active-matrix arrays of pressure-sensitive graphene transistors with air-dielectric layers simply formed by folding two opposing panels. Furthermore, this realizes a wide tactile pressure sensing range from 250 Pa to ∼3 MPa. Additionally, fabrication of pressure sensor arrays and transparent pressure sensors are demonstrated, suggesting their substantial promise as next-generation electronics.

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