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Inorganic Interface Layer Inks for Organic Electronic Applications
Find advantages of inorganic interface layer inks for organic electronic & other applications.
Conductive Polymers for Advanced Micro- and Nano-fabrication Processes
Conducting polymers such as polyaniline, polythiophene and polyfluorenes are now much in the spotlight for their applications in organic electronics and optoelectronics.
New Conducting and Semiconducting Polymers for Plastic Electronics
New conducting and semiconducting polymers for plastic electronics
Conducting Polymer Device Applications
The application of conducting polymers at the interface with biology is an exciting new trend in organic electronics research.
Conducting Polymer Materials for Flexible OPV Applications: Orgacon™ PEDOT : PSS
A detailed article on conducting polymer materials for flexible organic photovoltaics (OPVs) applications.
Lithography Nanopatterning Tutorial
Tutorial Lithography Nanopatterning at Sigma-Aldrich. Lithography, based on traditional ink-printing techniques, is a process for patterning various layers, such as conductors, semiconductors, or dielectrics, on a surface.
Conjugated Polymers for the Engineering of Device/Tissue Interface
Conjugated polymers offer charge transport between inorganic, electrically conducting metals and organic, proton-conducting biological systems.
Flexible and Printed Organic Thermoelectrics: Opportunities and Challenges
Progress in Organic Thermoelectric Materials & Devices including high ZT values of >0.2 at room temperature by p-type (PEDOT:PSS) & n-type (Poly[Kx(Ni-ett)]) materials are discussed.
Optoelectronic Devices Based on Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-containing Conjugated Small Molecules
Optoelectronic Devices Based on Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-containing Conjugated Small Molecules
Organic Bioelectronic Materials and Devices for Bridging Biology and Traditional Electronics
Professor Rivnay (Northwestern University, USA) discusses using organic mixed conductors as an alternative to efficiently bridge the ionic world of biology with contemporary microelectronics.
Inverted Organic Photovoltaic Devices Using Zinc Oxide Nanocomposites as Electron Transporting Layer Materials
Organic photovoltaics (OPVs) represent a low-cost, lightweight, and scalable alternative to conventional solar cells. While significant progress has been made in the development of conventional bulk heterojunction cells, new approaches are required to achieve the performance and stability necessary to
Nanoparticle-based Zinc Oxide Electron Transport Layers for Printed Organic Photodetectors
Recent progress in the area of solution-processed functional materials has led to the development of a variety of thin-film optoelectronic devices with significant promise in the industrial and consumer electronics fields.
Graphene Inks for Printed Electronics
The emerging field of printed electronics requires a suite of functional materials for applications including flexible and large-area displays, radio frequency identification tags, portable energy harvesting and storage, biomedical and environmental sensor arrays,5,6 and logic circuits.
Asymmetric Polymerization in a Chiral Liquid Crystal Reaction Field
It is well known that polyacetylene is a one-dimensional conjugated macromolecule and a good representative for conducting polymers. Pristine polyacetylene is a typical semiconductor, but its electrical conductivity can be amplified by over 14 orders of magnitude through doping.
Graphene-Based Composites and their Unique Renewable Energy Applications
Graphene is a unique two-dimensional (2D) structure of monolayer carbon atoms packed into a dense honeycomb crystal that has attracted great interest due to its diverse and fascinating properties.