Electrically conductive materials that are elastomeric and photopatternable are presented. They are capable of achieving strains of up to 150% and thousands of cycles while retaining a low Young's modulus and low resistance. These compliant electrodes are made by mixing platinum salt into an elastomeric photo-polymer, exposing the film to UV light and developing, and then chemically reducing the Pt.
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