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Dry Transient Electronic Systems by Use of Materials that Sublime
- Dry Transient Electronic Systems by Use of Materials that Sublime
- Kim, Bong Hoon; Persano, Luana; Hwang, Suk Won.; Song, Young Min; Jang, Kyung In; Kang, Dae Shik; Lee, Chi Hwan; Pisignano, Dario; Rogers, John A.
- DGIST Authors
- Jang, Kyung In
- Issue Date
- Advanced Functional Materials
- Article Type
- Article in Press
- Biomedical Implants; Commercial Components; Dielectric Materials; Disintegration; Encapsulation Layer; Environmental Monitor; Environmental Technology; Gate Dielectrics; Green Electronics; Inter-Layer Dielectrics; Silicon Nanomembranes; Sublimation; Transient Electronics
- The recent emergence of materials for electronic systems that are capable of programmable self-destruction and/or bio/eco-resorption creates the potential for important classes of devices that cannot be easily addressed using conventional technologies, ranging from temporary biomedical implants to enviromentally benign environmental monitors to hardware secure data systems. Although most previous demonstrations rely on wet chemistry to initiate transient processes of degradation/decomposition, options in “dry transient electronic systems” could expand the range of possible uses. The work presented here introduces materials and composite systems in which sublimation under ambient conditions leads to mechanical fragmentation and disintegration of active devices upon disappearance of a supporting substrate, encapsulation layer, interlayer dielectric and/or gate dielectric. Examples span arrays of transistors based on silicon nanomembranes with specialized device designs to solar cells adapted from commercial components. © 2017 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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Bio-embedded Electronics Lab
Extreme mechanics; Stand-alone electronics; Heterogeneous materials; Biocompatible interfaces
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