Ionically conductive fibers provide a new track for smart and functional textiles

Electronically conductive fibers are already in use in smart textiles, but in a recently published research article ionically conductive fibers have proven to be of increasing interest. The so-called ionofibers achieve higher flexibility, durability and match the type of conduction our body uses. In the future they may be used for such items as textile batteries, textile displays and textile muscles.

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