A new composite material that may have use in smart clothing?
Researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linköping University have developed an organic composite material with unique properties -- not only is it soft and stretchable, it also has a high electrical conductivity and good thermoelectric properties.
This material can harvest energy from body heat. The breakthrough was enabled by a new composite material that may have widespread use in smart clothing, wearable electronics and electronic skin.
Novel materials can change our lifestyle dramatically. To promote academic exchanges in the field of composite materials at home and abroad and their applications, the journal Composite Materials Research welcomes research papers that are innovative, high-level, and significant concerning basic or applied research of composite materials.
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