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Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials

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Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials. / Tuukkanen, Sampo.

2018. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Micronano System Workshop, Espoo, Suomi.

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Tuukkanen, S 2018, 'Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials' Artikkeli esitetty, Espoo, Suomi, 13/05/18 - 15/05/18, .

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Tuukkanen, S. (2018). Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Micronano System Workshop, Espoo, Suomi.

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Tuukkanen S. Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials. 2018. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Micronano System Workshop, Espoo, Suomi.

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Tuukkanen, Sampo. / Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Micronano System Workshop, Espoo, Suomi.1 Sivumäärä

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title = "Nanofibrillated and bacterial celluloses as renewable piezoelectric sensor materials",
abstract = "Cellulose based nanomaterials, generally known as nanocellulose, are interesting renewable biomaterial which has potential applications for example in material science, electronics and biomedical engineering and diagnostics [1]. Cellulose has a strong ability to form light-weight, highly porous, entangled networks makes nanocellulose suitable as substrate or membrane material for various applications, for example as a material for in supercapacitors in different ways [2, 3, 4]. The piezoelectricity of wood was proposed already in 1950’s [5], but only slightly studied since. Here, we report the experimental evidence of significant piezoelectric activity of different type nanocellulose films. We have studied both wood-based cellulose nanofibril (CNF) films [6] and bacterial nanocellulose (BC) films [7] (see Figure 1), as well as composite of chitosan and cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) [8]. Our results suggest that nanocellulose is a potential bio-based piezoelectric sensor material. [1] R. J. Moon et al., Chemical Society Reviews 40(7), 3941 (2007). [2] S. Tuukkanen, S. Lehtim{\"a}ki, F. Jahangir, A. P. Eskelinen, D. Lupo, S. Franssila, Proceedings of Electronics System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC) 1-6 (2014). [3] K. Torvinen, S. Lehtim{\"a}ki, J. T. Ker{\"a}nen, J. Siev{\"a}nen, J. Vartiainen, E. Hell{\'e}n, D. Lupo, S. Tuukkanen, Electronic Materials Letters 11(6), 1040 (2015). [4] J. Virtanen, J. Keskinen, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, S. Tuukkanen, Cellulose 24(8), 3387 (2017). [5] E. Fukada, J Phys Soc Japan, 10, 149 (1955). [6] S. Rajala, T. Siponkoski, E. Sarlin, M. Mett{\"a}nen, M. Vuoriluoto, A. Pammo, J. Juuti, O. J. Rojas, S. Franssila, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8(24), 15607 (2016). [7] R. Mangayil, S. Rajala, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, J. Luo, V. Santala, M. Karp, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9(22), 19048 (2017). [8] A. H{\"a}nninen, S. Rajala, T. Salpavaara, M. Kellom{\"a}ki, S. Tuukkanen, Procedia Engineering 168, 1176 (2016).",
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N2 - Cellulose based nanomaterials, generally known as nanocellulose, are interesting renewable biomaterial which has potential applications for example in material science, electronics and biomedical engineering and diagnostics [1]. Cellulose has a strong ability to form light-weight, highly porous, entangled networks makes nanocellulose suitable as substrate or membrane material for various applications, for example as a material for in supercapacitors in different ways [2, 3, 4]. The piezoelectricity of wood was proposed already in 1950’s [5], but only slightly studied since. Here, we report the experimental evidence of significant piezoelectric activity of different type nanocellulose films. We have studied both wood-based cellulose nanofibril (CNF) films [6] and bacterial nanocellulose (BC) films [7] (see Figure 1), as well as composite of chitosan and cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) [8]. Our results suggest that nanocellulose is a potential bio-based piezoelectric sensor material. [1] R. J. Moon et al., Chemical Society Reviews 40(7), 3941 (2007). [2] S. Tuukkanen, S. Lehtimäki, F. Jahangir, A. P. Eskelinen, D. Lupo, S. Franssila, Proceedings of Electronics System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC) 1-6 (2014). [3] K. Torvinen, S. Lehtimäki, J. T. Keränen, J. Sievänen, J. Vartiainen, E. Hellén, D. Lupo, S. Tuukkanen, Electronic Materials Letters 11(6), 1040 (2015). [4] J. Virtanen, J. Keskinen, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, S. Tuukkanen, Cellulose 24(8), 3387 (2017). [5] E. Fukada, J Phys Soc Japan, 10, 149 (1955). [6] S. Rajala, T. Siponkoski, E. Sarlin, M. Mettänen, M. Vuoriluoto, A. Pammo, J. Juuti, O. J. Rojas, S. Franssila, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8(24), 15607 (2016). [7] R. Mangayil, S. Rajala, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, J. Luo, V. Santala, M. Karp, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9(22), 19048 (2017). [8] A. Hänninen, S. Rajala, T. Salpavaara, M. Kellomäki, S. Tuukkanen, Procedia Engineering 168, 1176 (2016).

AB - Cellulose based nanomaterials, generally known as nanocellulose, are interesting renewable biomaterial which has potential applications for example in material science, electronics and biomedical engineering and diagnostics [1]. Cellulose has a strong ability to form light-weight, highly porous, entangled networks makes nanocellulose suitable as substrate or membrane material for various applications, for example as a material for in supercapacitors in different ways [2, 3, 4]. The piezoelectricity of wood was proposed already in 1950’s [5], but only slightly studied since. Here, we report the experimental evidence of significant piezoelectric activity of different type nanocellulose films. We have studied both wood-based cellulose nanofibril (CNF) films [6] and bacterial nanocellulose (BC) films [7] (see Figure 1), as well as composite of chitosan and cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) [8]. Our results suggest that nanocellulose is a potential bio-based piezoelectric sensor material. [1] R. J. Moon et al., Chemical Society Reviews 40(7), 3941 (2007). [2] S. Tuukkanen, S. Lehtimäki, F. Jahangir, A. P. Eskelinen, D. Lupo, S. Franssila, Proceedings of Electronics System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC) 1-6 (2014). [3] K. Torvinen, S. Lehtimäki, J. T. Keränen, J. Sievänen, J. Vartiainen, E. Hellén, D. Lupo, S. Tuukkanen, Electronic Materials Letters 11(6), 1040 (2015). [4] J. Virtanen, J. Keskinen, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, S. Tuukkanen, Cellulose 24(8), 3387 (2017). [5] E. Fukada, J Phys Soc Japan, 10, 149 (1955). [6] S. Rajala, T. Siponkoski, E. Sarlin, M. Mettänen, M. Vuoriluoto, A. Pammo, J. Juuti, O. J. Rojas, S. Franssila, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 8(24), 15607 (2016). [7] R. Mangayil, S. Rajala, A. Pammo, E. Sarlin, J. Luo, V. Santala, M. Karp, S. Tuukkanen, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9(22), 19048 (2017). [8] A. Hänninen, S. Rajala, T. Salpavaara, M. Kellomäki, S. Tuukkanen, Procedia Engineering 168, 1176 (2016).

KW - nanocellulose

KW - Bacterial cellulose

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