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NANOCON 2021 Conference Proeedings
Concerns surrounding the limited supply of fossil fuels have been the subject of much debate. As of promising solutions, polymers like poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) have gained attention due to their ability to generate electrical energy from the waste mechanical vibrations. The energy harvesting and vibration sensing potential of PVDF is however limited due to its low content of electroactive β-phase, which has to be increased by indirect post-processing. Recently, a synergistic effect wasdoi:10.37904/nanocon.2021.4327 fatcat:gmrqbgqahzhjpiiiua7bmtzzbi