Research data supporting “Bio-compatible and Sustainable Optical Strain Sensors for Large-area applications”
Dumanli, Ahu Gumrah
University of Cambridge
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Kamita, G., Frka-Petesic, B., Allard, A., Dargaud, M., King, K., Dumanli, A. G., & Vignolini, S. (2016). Research data supporting “Bio-compatible and Sustainable Optical Strain Sensors for Large-area applications” [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.925
Original or unprocessed data is provided in support of the article “Bio-compatible and Sustainable Optical Strain Sensors for Large-area applications”. The data is structured into six folders, each correlating to a specific data type presented in the published article. The folders are named according to the figures, which the contained data were taken from, except for the “supplementary” folder (data of 6 figures in one folder). All data are saved as plain text (csv format) with a file name indicating the corresponding figure and the nature of data, for example spectral data of Figure 1a would be stored in folder “fig1” with a file name of “a_spectra.txt”. fig1: Intensity values of the spectra shown in Fig 1f and their corresponding wavelength are provided. fig2: Intensity values of the spectra shown in Fig 2a-c and their corresponding wavelength are provided. fig3: Peak wavelength value shown in Fig 3b and their corresponding angle of detection are provided. fig4: Pitch values shown in Fig 4a,b and stretch ratio values shown in Fig 4c,d, and their corresponding angle of detection are provided. fig5: Normalised peak wavelength values shown in Fig 5a and their corresponding strain values are provided. supplementary: All measurement data shown in the supplementary information are provided.
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cholesteric liquid crystal, strain sensor, cellulose, photonic structure, iridescence
Related webpage: http://www.ch.cam.ac.uk/group/vignolini/
Publication Reference: https://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/260762
BBSRC David Phillips fellowship [BB/K014617/1] Isaac Newton Trust , ERC [H2020 639088]
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.925
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