Silly Putty makes for super-sensitive sensors

Thursday, December 8, 2016 - 14:31 in Physics & Chemistry

Science Add graphene to get detectors that can measure breathing, blood pressure—and spider footsteps When you mix Silly Putty with graphene—strong, conductive carbon sheets with unusual physical properties—it becomes an incredibly sensitive strain detector that can…

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