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Printed polymer gels for thermoelectric applications – Manuscript Published in Nature Communications

All new printed gel electrolytes have been produced and published in Nature Communications for their use in temperature sensors based on tuneable thermoelectric properties. By adjustments in the gel composition, the materials can exhibit positive or negative Seebeck coefficient (a measure of a materials thermoelectric behaviour). Using screen printing techniques, the materials and devices can…
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July 9, 2019 0

Pyroelectric and thermoelectric manuscript published!

Associate Professor Magnus Jonsson and his team at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics have published a report focused on their new pyroelectric and thermoelectric sensor inspired by human skin. The device takes advantage of both pyroelectric and thermoelectric concepts while including a plasmonic structure. The intelligent design allows heat stimuli to be monitored quickly and…
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June 26, 2019 0