Peter C. Innis
Peter C. Innis
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High-performance multifunctional graphene yarns: toward wearable all-carbon energy storage textiles
SH Aboutalebi, R Jalili, D Esrafilzadeh, M Salari, Z Gholamvand, ...
ACS nano 8 (3), 2456-2466, 2014
2862014
Monolithic actuators from flash‐welded polyaniline nanofibers
CO Baker, B Shedd, PC Innis, PG Whitten, GM Spinks, GG Wallace, ...
Advanced Materials 20 (1), 155-158, 2008
1712008
Strain‐responsive polyurethane/PEDOT: PSS elastomeric composite Fibers with high electrical conductivity
MZ Seyedin, JM Razal, PC Innis, GG Wallace
Advanced Functional Materials 24 (20), 2957-2966, 2014
1532014
Graphene oxide dispersions: tuning rheology to enable fabrication
S Naficy, R Jalili, SH Aboutalebi, RA Gorkin III, K Konstantinov, PC Innis, ...
Materials Horizons 1 (3), 326-331, 2014
1522014
Knitted strain sensor textiles of highly conductive all-polymeric fibers
S Seyedin, JM Razal, PC Innis, A Jeiranikhameneh, S Beirne, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (38), 21150-21158, 2015
1402015
One‐step wet‐spinning process of poly (3, 4‐ethylenedioxythiophene): poly (styrenesulfonate) fibers and the origin of higher electrical conductivity
R Jalili, JM Razal, PC Innis, GG Wallace
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (17), 3363-3370, 2011
1142011
Fibronectin and bovine serum albumin adsorption and conformational dynamics on inherently conducting polymers: a QCM-D study
PJ Molino, MJ Higgins, PC Innis, RMI Kapsa, GG Wallace
Langmuir 28 (22), 8433-8445, 2012
1092012
Polymerisation and characterisation of conducting polyaniline nanoparticle dispersions
SE Moulton, PC Innis, LAP Kane-Maguire, O Ngamna, GG Wallace
Current Applied Physics 4 (2-4), 402-406, 2004
1082004
Inherently conducting polymer nanostructures
GG Wallace, PC Innis
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2 (5), 441-451, 2002
922002
Electrochemical formation of chiral polyaniline colloids codoped with (+)-or (−)-10-camphorsulfonic acid and polystyrene sulfonate
PC Innis, ID Norris, LAP Kane-Maguire, GG Wallace
Macromolecules 31 (19), 6521-6528, 1998
841998
Enhanced electrochemical stability of polyaniline in ionic liquids
PC Innis, J Mazurkiewicz, T Nguyen, GG Wallace, D MacFarlane
Current Applied Physics 4 (2-4), 389-393, 2004
732004
Putting function into fashion: Organic conducting polymer fibres and textiles
GG Wallace, TE Campbell, PC Innis
Fibers and Polymers 8 (2), 135-142, 2007
712007
TITAN: a conducting polymer based microfluidic pump
Y Wu, D Zhou, GM Spinks, PC Innis, WM Megill, GG Wallace
Smart materials and structures 14 (6), 1511, 2005
692005
Achieving outstanding mechanical performance in reinforced elastomeric composite fibers using large sheets of graphene oxide
MZ Seyedin, JM Razal, PC Innis, R Jalili, GG Wallace
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (1), 94-104, 2015
672015
Technical review: conducting polymer electronics
J Unsworth, BA Lunn, PC Innis, Z Jin, A Kaynak, NG Booth
Journal of intelligent material systems and structures 3 (3), 380-395, 1992
641992
Conducting polymer electrochemistry in ionic liquids
JH Mazurkiewicz, PC Innis, GG Wallace, DR Macfarlane, M Forsyth
Synthetic metals 135, 32-32, 2003
602003
The influence of electrolyte pH on the surface morphology of polypyrrole
J Unsworth, PC Innis, BA Lunn, Z Jin, GP Norton
Synthetic metals 53 (1), 59-69, 1992
581992
Preparation of chiral conducting polymer colloids
JN Barisci, PC Innis, LAP Kane-Maguire, ID Norris, GG Wallace
Synthetic metals 84 (1-3), 181-182, 1997
491997
Electronic interactions within composites of polyanilines formed under acidic and alkaline conditions. Conductivity, ESR, Raman, UV-vis and fluorescence studies
L Dennany, PC Innis, ST McGovern, GG Wallace, RJ Forster
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13 (8), 3303-3310, 2011
482011
Wholly printed polypyrrole nanoparticle-based biosensors on flexible substrate
B Weng, A Morrin, R Shepherd, K Crowley, AJ Killard, PC Innis, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2 (7), 793-799, 2014
452014
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