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Yogendra K. Mishra, Sören Kaps, Arnim Schuchardt, Ingo Paulowicz, Xin Jin, Dawit Gedamu, Stefan Freitag, Maria Claus, Sebastian Wille, Alexander Kovalev, Stanislav N. Gorb and Rainer Adelung Fabrication of Macroscopically Flexible and Highly Porous 3D Semiconductor Networks from Interpenetrating Nanostructures by a Simple Flame Transport Approach Particle & Particle Systems Characterization 30

Version of Record online: 15 JUL 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ppsc.201300197

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Flexible, electrically conducting, high temperature stable ceramics with very high porosities are fabricated from interpenetrated metal oxide nano-microstructures in a versatile manner in a novel flame transport synthesis approach. The Young's modulus of these networks can be tuned from wool type to rubber like based on the density, type and interconnections of the building blocks. Semiconducting behavior allows multifunctional applications like the electrical readout of the mechanical history.

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