Video of the Day: “Second skin” polymer material developed at MIT

The researchers developed a silicone-based polymer that mimics the mechanical and elastic properties of skin. The material uses siloxane-containitng chemicals. Siloxane is a chain of alternating atoms of silicon and oxygen that can be assembled into a network arrangement known as a cross-linked polymer layer (XPL). Read more at MIT website.

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