NANOGENERATORS AND NANOSENSORS

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A Motion‐ and Sound‐Activated, 3D‐Printed, Chalcogenide‐Based Triboelectric Nanogenerator

A Motion and sound activated, 3d printed, chalcogenide based triboelectric nanogenerator

M. Kanik, M. G. Say, B. Daglar, A. F. Yavuz, M. Dolas, M. El-Ashry, M. Bayindir, , Advanced Materials, volume 15, page 2367 (2015).

A multilayered triboelectric nanogenerator (MULTENG) that can be actuated by acoustic waves, vibration of a moving car, and tapping motion is built using a 3D‐printing technique. The MULTENG can generate an open‐circuit voltage of up to 396 V and a short‐circuit current of up to 1.62 mA, and can power 38 LEDs. The layers of the triboelectric generator are made of polyetherimide nanopillars and chalcogenide core–shell nanofibers.

Continuous triboelectric power harvesting and biochemical sensing inside poly(vinylidene fluoride) hollow fibers using microfluidic droplet generation

M. Kanik*, M. Marcali, M. Yunusa, C. Elbuken, M. Bayindir, Advanced Materials Technology, volume 15, page 2367 (2015). (*Corresponding author)

Triboelectric power harvesting and biochemical sensing inside poly(vinylidene fluoride) hollow fibers. Fiber‐based microfluidic energy harvesting system, which is also utilized as self‐powered chemical and biosensor. In vitro device concept demonstrating that triboelectric effect can be used for cell detection.

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