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Research team develops conducive polymers used in flexible, wearable devices

A local team of researchers came up with a technology that makes it possible to mass produce highly conducive and transparent electrodes that are two times more conducive, energy efficient, and more compatible to wear compared to the widely used polymer, indium tin oxide.
Instead of the commonly used dipping, spraying and coating methods to produce conducive polymers, the team used a roll to roll process, which implies creating electronic materials on a roll of flexible plastic or metal foil.
The process better eliminates defects and allows the direct patterning of the material as well as get rid of one of the biggest obstacles in the manufacturing of flexible displays and devices, which is reducing the material's hefty price tag.

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[January 24, 2017]

Source - Arirang News