博士生刘梦洋的综述"Advance on flexible pressure sensors based on metal and carbonaceous nanomaterial"发表在Nano energy上
Advance on flexible pressure sensors based on metal and carbonaceous nanomaterial
As an indispensable and prevailing kind of flexible sensors, pressure sensors have been extensively used in the field of flexible electronics. To enhance the performance and broaden the applications of flexible pressure sensors, emerging nanomaterials with excellent electromechanical properties have been explored and developed over recent years. Herein, the latest progresses in flexible pressure sensors based on metal and carbonaceous nanomaterial are reviewed in this paper. Firstly, fundamental considerations of pressure sensors including transduction principles, evaluation parameters and nano-micro structures are presented. Furthermore, flexible pressure sensors based on carbonaceous nanomaterials, transition metal carbides and carbonitrides (Mxene), along with metal nanomaterials are reviewed and classified by different transduction principles. At last, a number of applications on electronic skin (E-skin) involving metal and carbonaceous nanomaterial-based flexible pressure sensors are introduced, including pressure distribution sensing, force direction detection, multifunctional sensing and system integration.