2017 conference paper
Bottlebrush elastomers: A promising molecular engineering route to tunable, prestrain-free dielectric elastomers (conference presentation)
Electroactive polymer actuators and devices (eapad) 2017, 10163.
By: M. Vatankhah-Varnosfaderani, W. Daniel, A. Zhushma, Q. Li, B. Morgan, K. Matyjaszewski, D. Armstrong, A. Dobrynin, S. Sheyko, R. Spontak
2017 journal article
Bottlebrush elastomers: a new platform for freestanding electroactuation
Advanced Materials, 29(2).
By: M. Vatankhah-Varnoosfaderani, W. Daniel, A. Zhushma, Q. Li, B. Morgan, K. Matyjaszewski, D. Armstrong, R. Spontak, A. Dobrynin, S. Sheiko
Designing dielectric elastomers over multiple length scales for 21st century soft materials technologies
Rubber Chemistry and Technology, 90(2), 207–224.
By: D. Armstrong & R. Spontak
Stretchable capacitive sensors of torsion, strain, and touch using double helix liquid metal fibers
Advanced Functional Materials, 27(20).
By: C. Cooper, K. Arutselvan, Y. Liu, D. Armstrong, Y. Lin, M. Khan, J. Genzer, M. Dickey
Tuning the performance of aqueous photovoltaic elastomer gels by solvent polarity and nanostructure development
Journal of Polymer Science. Part B, Polymer Physics, 55(1), 85–95.
By: H. Al-Mohsin, K. Mineart, D. Armstrong & R. Spontak
2016 journal article
Olefinic thermoplastic elastomer gels: Combining polymer crystallization and microphase separation in a selective solvent
ACS Macro Letters, 5(11), 1273–1277.
By: D. Armstrong, K. Mineart, B. Lee & R. Spontak
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