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+ - Researchers Create Ultrastretchable Wires Using Liquid Metal->

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hypnosec (2231454) writes "Researchers, by using liquid metal, have created wires that can stretch up to eight times their original length while retaining its conduction properties. Boffins over at North Carolina State University made the stretchable wires by filling in a tube made out of extremely elastic polymer with gallium and indium liquid metal alloy."
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Researchers Create Ultrastretchable Wires Using Liquid Metal

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