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Current Trends In The Field Of Self-healing Materials

N. Guimard, K. K. Öhlenschläger, J. Zhou, Stefan Hilf, F. Schmidt, C. Barner-Kowollik
Published 2012 · Engineering

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The evolution of material design has mirrored advancements in the understanding of materials, nature, and the requirements of target applications. Originally, materials were only intended to play a passive role, but with a deepened understanding of material properties and design has come an improved ability to harness these properties to create materials with predetermined response mechanisms. This article has three aims: i) to briefly discuss the origin of and motivation for having materials that are capable of undergoing healing either extrinsically or intrinsically; ii) to present the most recent and promising advancements in the field of self-healing materials; and iii) to discuss important material design and property specifications that should be considered in order to promote the development of optimized self-healing materials. The development of self-healing materials has become of increasing interest to material scientists in the last 20 years, given the extraordinary advantages that such systems offer in a wide range of applications. The design of an optimal self-healing material depends on many factors, including material application, stability, and production cost. Copyright © 2012 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
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