Rational Design of Mechano-Responsive Optical Materials by Fine Tuning the Evolution of Strain-Dependent Wrinkling Patterns

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Kim P, Hu Y, Alvarenga J, Kolle M, Suo Z, Aizenberg J. Rational Design of Mechano-Responsive Optical Materials by Fine Tuning the Evolution of Strain-Dependent Wrinkling Patterns. Adv. Optical Mater. 2013;1 (5) :381-388.

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This work was supported by U.S. AFOSR Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative under award number FA9550–09–1–0669- DOD35CAP. Part of this work was performed at the Center for Nanoscale Systems (CNS) at Harvard University supported by the NSF under award no. ECS-0335765. We thank Prof. John Hutchinson for discussions of the theoretical explanations, Chuck Hoberman for discussions of the applications of wrinkled PDMS, and Dr. Alison Grinthal for the critical comments on the manuscript. We thank Tom Blough for the design and fabrication of customized stretching devices and frames and Dr. James C. Weaver for the graphical illustrations of wrinkled PDMS sheets.
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