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The voltage which is applied between the two electrodes 18 and 20 is from 16 to 18.5 volts, the current through the bath is 20 to 24 amperes, and the current density is 3,000 to 4,000 amperes per square foot of surface of wire in the bath. {1250} hide / edit[7] / print ref: -0 tags: polyimide electrodes thermosonic bonding Stieglitz adhesion delamination date: 03-06-2017 21:58 gmt revision:7 [6] [5] [4] [3] [2] [1] [head] IEEE-6347149 (pdf) Improved polyimide thin-film electrodes for neural implants 2012 Tested adhesion to Pt / SiC using accelerated aging in saline solution. Targeted at retinal prostheses. Layer stack: 50nm SiC deposited through PECVD @ 100C using SPS, with low frequency RF modulation. 100nm Pt 100nm Au 100nm Pt These layers will alloy during cure, and hence reduce stress. 30nm SiC 10nm DLC (not needed, imho; PI sticks exceptionally well to clean SiC) Recent studies have concluded that adhesion to PI is through carbon bindings and not through oxide formation. Adhesion of polyimide to amorphous diamond-like carbon and SiC deteriorates at a minimal rate. Delamination is caused by residual stress, which is not only inevetable but a major driving force for cracking in thin films. Different CTE in layer stack -> different contraction when cooling from process temperature. Platinum, which evaporates at 1770C, and is deposited ~100C (photoresists only withstand ~115C) results in a high-stress interface. Pt - Carbon bonds only occur above 1000C After 9 and 13 days of incubation the probes with 400 nm and 300nm of SiC, respectively, which were not tempered, showed complete delamination of the Pt from the SiC. 60C, 0.9 M NaCl, 1 year. The SiC remained attached to the PI. Tempering: repeated treatment at 450C for 15 min in a N2 atmosphere. All other probes remained stable. Notably, used thermosonic bonding to the PI films, using sputtered (seed layer) then 12um electroplated Au. Also: fully cured the base layer PI film. Used oxygen plasma de-scum after patterning with resists to get better SiC adhesion to PI. And better inter-layer adhesion (fully cured the first polyimide layer @ 450C). Conclusion: "The fact that none of the tempered samples delaminated even after ~5 years of lifetime (extrapolated for 37 C) shows a tremendous increase in adhesion. {1384} hide / edit[0] / print ref: -0 tags: NET probes SU-8 microfabrication sewing machine carbon fiber electrode insertion mice histology 2p date: 03-01-2017 23:20 gmt revision:0 [head] Ultraflexible nanoelectronic probes form reliable, glial scar鈥揻ree neural integration SU-8 asymptotic H2O absorption is 3.3% in PBS -- quite a bit higher than I expected, and higher than PI. Faced yield problems with contact litho at 2-3um trace/space. Good recordings out to 4 months! 3 minutes / probe insertion. Fab: Ni release layer, Su-8 2000.5. 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All devices, GC, PEDOT:PSS, and Pt, had similar biocompatibility in their assay (figure 7) {1380} hide / edit[0] / print ref: -0 tags: myoelectric EMG recording TMR prosthetics date: 02-13-2017 20:43 gmt revision:0 [head] PMID: Man/machine interface based on the discharge timings of spinal motor neurons after targeted muscle reinnervation General idea: deconvolve a grid-recorded EMG signal to infer the spinal motorneron spikes, and use this to more accurately decode user intention. EMG envelope is still fairly good... {1379} hide / edit[0] / print ref: -0 tags: polypyrrole date: 02-09-2017 01:26 gmt revision:0 [head] PMID-23307738 Bio-inspired Polymer Composite Actuator and Generator Driven by Water Gradients Alas, water gradient driven, not electrically driven. Still, highly interesting ... check out the videos. {1378} hide / edit[0] / print ref: -0 tags: carbon fiber thread spinning Pasquali Kemere nanotube stimulation date: 02-09-2017 01:09 gmt revision:0 [head] PMID-25803728 Neural stimulation and recording with bidirectional, soft carbon nanotube fiber microelectrodes. Poulin et al. demonstrated that microelectrodes made solely of CNT fibers22 show remarkable electrochemical activity, sensitivity, and resistance to biofouling compared to conventional carbon fibers when used for bioanalyte detection in vitro.23-25 Fibers were insulated with 3 um of block copolymer polystyrene-polybutadiene (PS-b-PBD) (polybutadiene is sythetic rubber) Selected for good properties of biocompatibility, flexibility, resistance to flextural fatigue. Available from Sigma-Aldrich. Custom continuous dip-coating process. 18um diameter, 15 - 20 x lower impedance than equivalently size PtIr. 2.5 - 6x lower than W. In practice, 43um dia, 1450um^2, impedance of 11.2 k; 12.6um, 151k. Charge storage capacity 327 mC / cm^2; PtIr = 1.2 mC/cm^2 Wide water window of -1.5V - 1.5V, consistent with noble electrochemical properties of C. Lasts for over 97e6 pulsing cycles beyond the water window, vs 43e6 for PEDOT. Tested via 6-OHDA model of PD disease vs. standard PtIr stimulating electrodes, implanted via 100um PI shuttled attached with PEG. Yes, debatable... Tested out to 3 weeks durability. Appear to function as well or better than metal electrodes. PMID-23307737 Strong, light, multifunctional fibers of carbon nanotubes with ultrahigh conductivity. Full process: Dissolve high-quality, 5um long CNT in chlorosulfonic acid (the only known solvent for CNTs) Filter to remove particles Extrude liquid crystal dope through a spinneret, 65 or 130um orifice Into a coagulant, acetone or water Onto a rotating drum to put tension on the thread & align the CNTs. Wash in water and dry at 115C. 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