We report on the preparation and stereolithographic 3D printing of a resin based on the composite between a poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate (PEGDA) host matrix and a poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS) filler, and the related cumulative volatile organic compounds' (VOCs) adsorbent properties. The control of all the steps for resin preparation and printing through morphological (SEM), structural (Raman spectroscopy) and functional (I/V measurements) characterizations allowed us to obtain conductive 3D objects of complex and reproducible geometry. These systems can interact with chemical vapors in the long term by providing a consistent and detectable variation of their structural and conductive characteristics. The materials and the manufacture protocol here reported thus propose an innovative and versatile technology for VOCs monitoring systems based on cumulative adsorption effects.

Effect of Volatile Organic Compounds Adsorption on 3D-Printed {PEGDA}:{PEDOT} for Long-Term Monitoring Devices / Scordo, Giorgio; Bertana, Valentina; Ballesio, Alberto; Carcione, Rocco; Marasso, SIMONE LUIGI; Cocuzza, Matteo; Pirri, Candido; Manachino, Matteo; GOMEZ GOMEZ, Manuel; Vitale, Alessandra; Chiodoni, ANGELICA MONICA; Tamburri, Emanuela; Scaltrito, Luciano. - In: NANOMATERIALS. - ISSN 2079-4991. - ELETTRONICO. - 11:1(2021), p. 94. [10.3390/nano11010094]

Effect of Volatile Organic Compounds Adsorption on 3D-Printed {PEGDA}:{PEDOT} for Long-Term Monitoring Devices

Giorgio Scordo;Valentina Bertana;Alberto Ballesio;Simone Luigi Marasso;Matteo Cocuzza;Candido Fabrizio Pirri;Matteo Manachino;Manuel Gomez Gomez;Alessandra Vitale;Angelica Chiodoni;Luciano Scaltrito
2021

Abstract

We report on the preparation and stereolithographic 3D printing of a resin based on the composite between a poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate (PEGDA) host matrix and a poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate) (PEDOT:PSS) filler, and the related cumulative volatile organic compounds' (VOCs) adsorbent properties. The control of all the steps for resin preparation and printing through morphological (SEM), structural (Raman spectroscopy) and functional (I/V measurements) characterizations allowed us to obtain conductive 3D objects of complex and reproducible geometry. These systems can interact with chemical vapors in the long term by providing a consistent and detectable variation of their structural and conductive characteristics. The materials and the manufacture protocol here reported thus propose an innovative and versatile technology for VOCs monitoring systems based on cumulative adsorption effects.
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