electroactive

electroactive

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊˈæktɪv)
adj
(Physiology) (of living tissue) exhibiting electrical activity or responsive to electrical stimuli
eˌlectroacˈtivity n
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 8, 2019-: Electroactive Polymers Market: Industry Trends, Size, Growth Insight, Share, Competitive Analysis, Statistics, Regional, And Global Industry Forecast To 2023
This is where electroactive microbes come into play.
Nexipal silicone laminates feature electroactive properties.
The eraser is made up of an electroactive substrate that helps electronic devices like the iPad Pro to identify it as an eraser.
The materials from which the artificial muscles are made include 3D-printable electroactive gel materials, and soft but strong pneumatic chains that change shape when inflated and can exert considerable force.
Because the film is electroactive', it contracts in one direction and expands in the other when a voltage is applied to it.
This formulation was therefore selected to prepare the specimens to test the electroactive shape memory behavior.
In the future, we could even build soft robots by combining electroactive polymers."
Cyclic voltammetric studies indicated that these compounds were electroactive in potential window of 2.0-0.0V.
With the np-AuNPs added on the GCE surface, a broad peak arose at 1.2-1.5V (B) due to the increased effective electroactive area of np-AuNPs.
The heterogeneous rate constants ([k.sup.0]) were calculated from the difference of anodic and cathodic peak potentials, obtained for the same experiments used to obtain the electroactive area.