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Hybrid and nano-composite materials for flexible organic electronics applications

Silva, SRP, Beliatis, MJ, Jayawardena, KDGI, Mills, CA, Rhodes, RW and Rozanski, LJ (2014) Hybrid and nano-composite materials for flexible organic electronics applications In: Handbook of flexible organic electronics: Materials, Manufacturing and Applications. Woodhead Publishing, UK. ISBN 9781782420354

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Flexible organic electronics have recently progressed from “organic-only” semiconductor devices, based on thin films of organic materials (small molecules and polymers), to hybrid and nano-composite materials - a family of truly advanced materials designed at the nanoscale which offer enhancements in device performance and a reduction in production costs over their traditional inorganic predecessors. These hybrid and nano-composite materials are attractive given the potentially wide range of available organic semiconductors (both small molecule and polymeric) and nanoparticle types (carbon allotropes, metal oxides, metal nanostructures etc.). Here, we emphasise the variety and potential of these materials and introduce some of the production methods, properties and limitations for their use in flexible electronics applications.

Item Type: Book Section
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Beliatis, MJ
Jayawardena, KDGI
Rhodes, RW
Rozanski, LJ
Editors :
Logothetidis, S
Date : 8 December 2014
Uncontrolled Keywords : Hybrid materials, Nano-composite materials, flexible semiconductor electronics, inorganics-in-organics, nanoparticle
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Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 13:19
Last Modified : 23 Jan 2020 18:27

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