Printed organic electronic device components from edible materials



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Keller, A. & in het Panhuis, M. (2015). Printed organic electronic device components from edible materials. MRS Online Proceedings, 1717 7-11. Boston, Massachusetts 2014 MRS Fall Meeting: Symposium A - Organic Bioelectronics


The electrical and mechanical characteristics of ionic-covalent entanglement hydrogels consisting of combinations of the edible biopolymers gellan gum and gelatin were investigated. Impedance analysis and compression testing showed that these hydrogels (with water content = 97%) exhibited conductivity values of up to 13 mS/cm and compressive stress at failure values of up to 1.0 MPa. These are suitable characteristics for printed and mechanically robust wet device components.

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