NewsWearable devices powered by body motion using stretchable
carbon nanotube thin films

9th March 2020by admin0
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A transparent, stretchable triboelectric nanogenerator
(TENG) with area up to 12 cm x 12 cm and power output 8 Watts per
square metre, has been realized by Nagoya University researchers
using a carbon nanotube thin film (CNT film) as one of the TENG’s
electrodes. The CNT film was formed using a simple cost-effective
and scalable spray-coating method, and applied, as
proof-of-concept, to self-powered optical wireless communication
sheets and gloves that also power blue LEDs. The work was reported
in the journal Nano Energy.

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