Biocompatible Materials for Transient Electronics

Suk Won Hwang, John A Rogers

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Abstract

Transient electronics can be broadly defined as a new class of technology whose defining characteristic is the ability to physically disappear, in whole or in part, at some programmed rate or triggered time, via any of a range of different possible mechanisms including hydrolysis, dissolution, corrosion, de‐polymerization, or disintegration. This chapter describes, silicon nanomembranes combined with other water‐soluble semiconductors, conductors, insulators, and substrates can enable diverse types of electronic systems whose key defining characteristic is an ability to dissolve via hydrolysis in natural water, biofluids, and other solutions at well‐defined, controlled rates after a designated period of high‐performance operation. Although the dissolution of monocrystalline silicon can be described, almost exclusively, by surface reactions, diffusion can be important for dissolution of metals for conductors, and of insulators for gate and interlayer dielectrics. Biocompatibility and biodegradation mechanisms for transient electronic materials are critically important for envisioned applications in implantable biomedical systems.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationGreen Materials for Electronics
EditorsMihai Irimia‐Vladu, Eric D Glowacki, Niyazi S Sariciftci, Siegfried Bauer
PublisherWiley
Chapter5
Pages145-162
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)978-3527338658
StatePublished - 2017

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Biocompatible Materials
Dissolution
Electronic equipment
Hydrolysis
Monocrystalline silicon
Depolymerization
Disintegration
Surface reactions
Silicon
Biodegradation
Biocompatibility
Metals
Corrosion
Semiconductor materials
Water
Substrates

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Hwang, S. W., & Rogers, J. A. (2017). Biocompatible Materials for Transient Electronics. In M. Irimia‐Vladu, E. D. Glowacki, N. S. Sariciftci, & S. Bauer (Eds.), Green Materials for Electronics (pp. 145-162). Wiley.
Hwang, Suk Won ; Rogers, John A. / Biocompatible Materials for Transient Electronics. Green Materials for Electronics. editor / Mihai Irimia‐Vladu ; Eric D Glowacki ; Niyazi S Sariciftci ; Siegfried Bauer. Wiley, 2017. pp. 145-162
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Hwang, SW & Rogers, JA 2017, Biocompatible Materials for Transient Electronics. in M Irimia‐Vladu, ED Glowacki, NS Sariciftci & S Bauer (eds), Green Materials for Electronics. Wiley, pp. 145-162.

Biocompatible Materials for Transient Electronics. / Hwang, Suk Won; Rogers, John A.

Green Materials for Electronics. ed. / Mihai Irimia‐Vladu; Eric D Glowacki; Niyazi S Sariciftci; Siegfried Bauer. Wiley, 2017. p. 145-162.

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