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Review Article

Recent Advancements in Ultrasound Transducer: From Material Strategies to Biomedical Applications

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(a) KNN/epoxy 1-3 composite single-element ultrasonic transducer [63], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, Elsevier. (b) KNN-based ceramic highly sensitive needle transducer [51], reproduced with permission, copyright 2019, IEEE. (c) KNN-based 1-3 composite high-sensitivity ultrasound transducers [64], reproduced with permission, copyright 2019, AIP Publishing. (d) 100-300 MHz LiNbO3 ultrasound transducers [47], reproduced with permission, copyright 2016, Springer Nature. (e) 3D printed BaTiO3 ultrasound transducer [46], reproduced with permission, copyright 2016, Elsevier. (f) PLLA nanofiber ultrasound transducers [50], reproduced with permission, copyright 2020, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.