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Mechanically tunable conductive interpenetrating network hydrogels that mimic the elastic moduli of biological tissue

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Mechanically tunable conductive interpenetrating network hydrogels that mimic the elastic moduli of biological tissue

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Mechanically tunable conductive interpenetrating network hydrogels that mimic the elastic moduli of biological tissue

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Mechanically tunable conductive interpenetrating network hydrogels that mimic the elastic moduli of biological tissue

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Nature communications, 2018, Vol.9 (1), p.2740-9

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TN_cdi_doaj_primary_oai_doaj_org_article_7868cd81248948b6a864666cdbeff564

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England: Nature Publishing Group

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Conductive and stretchable materials that match the elastic moduli of biological tissue (0.5-500 kPa) are desired for enhanced interfacial and mechanical stability. Compared with inorganic and dry polymeric conductors, hydrogels made with conducting polymers are promising soft electrode materials due to their high water content. Nevertheless, most...

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Mechanically tunable conductive interpenetrating network hydrogels that mimic the elastic moduli of biological tissue

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2041-1723

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2041-1723

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10.1038/s41467-018-05222-4

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