New X-ray Technique Reveals Structure of Printable Electronics

New X-ray Technique Reveals Structure of Printable Electronics

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An innovative x-ray technique has given North Carolina State University researchers and their collaborators a new insight into how organic polymers can be used in printable electronic devices such as transistors and solar cells. The process is fast and much less expensive than current techniques for producing items such as solar cells and computer or television screens. Plus, it has the potential for amazing new applications, like an interactive portable display that doesn't need batteries. In the solar industry, the ability to print solar cells on giant printing presses - like a newspaper - could make the technology much more affordable and facilitate its commercialization on a large scale.


Video: Printing Flexible Electronics. Tina Ng. [email protected] (August 2022).