The double differential cross sections of the Drell–Yan lepton pair (
The present work demonstrates the development of a flexible, selfpowered sensor patch that can be used to estimate angular acceleration and angular velocity, which are two essential markers for predicting concussions. The device monitors the dynamic strain experienced by the neck through a thin, polypropylenebased ferroelectret nanogenerator that produces a voltage pulse with profile proportional to strain. The intrinsic property of this device to convert mechanical input to electrical output, along with its flexibility and
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 1854750
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 10368168
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 Scientific Reports
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 12
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 1
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 20452322
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 National Science Foundation
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