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Review of recent achievements in self-healing conductive materials and their applications

Self-healing materials have attracted increasing attention because of their wide range of applications. It can be expected to offer obvious advantages in conductive materials with self-healing properties, which are regarded as promising candidates for the fabrication of self-healing electronics, ene... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Materials Science 2018, Vol.53(1), pp.27-46
Main Author: Zhang, Qiang
Other Authors: Liu, Libin , Pan, Chenguang , Li, Dong
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0022-2461 ; E-ISSN: 1573-4803 ; DOI: 10.1007/s10853-017-1388-8
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10853-017-1388-8
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  • Liu, Libin
  • Pan, Chenguang
  • Li, Dong
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  • Machine Tool Industry
  • Corrosion Prevention
  • Ionic Liquids
  • Addition Polymerization
  • Electronic Devices
  • Self Healing Materials
  • Energy Storage
  • Conductivity
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description: Self-healing materials have attracted increasing attention because of their wide range of applications. It can be expected to offer obvious advantages in conductive materials with self-healing properties, which are regarded as promising candidates for the fabrication of self-healing electronics, energy storage devices, sensors, anticorrosive coating and conductive adhesives. In this review, we focused on recent efforts to develop self-healing conductive composites including their preparation methods, properties and applications. The self-healing conductive materials were presented based on different conductive mediums, such as metal, carbon, conductive polymer, ionic liquids. In addition, their novel applications of the self-healing conductive materials in conductive coatings, energy storage devices and sensors are highlighted. Finally, the future challenges of conductive materials with self-healing properties are proposed.
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abstractSelf-healing materials have attracted increasing attention because of their wide range of applications. It can be expected to offer obvious advantages in conductive materials with self-healing properties, which are regarded as promising candidates for the fabrication of self-healing electronics, energy storage devices, sensors, anticorrosive coating and conductive adhesives. In this review, we focused on recent efforts to develop self-healing conductive composites including their preparation methods, properties and applications. The self-healing conductive materials were presented based on different conductive mediums, such as metal, carbon, conductive polymer, ionic liquids. In addition, their novel applications of the self-healing conductive materials in conductive coatings, energy storage devices and sensors are highlighted. Finally, the future challenges of conductive materials with self-healing properties are proposed.
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