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Hybrid and nanocomposite materials for flexible organic electronics applications

S.R.P. Silva, M.J. Beliatis, K.D.G.I. Jayawardena, C.A. Mills, R. Rhodes,  and L.J. Rozanski     Advanced Technology Institute, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK

Abstract

Flexible organic electronics have progressed from organic-only semiconductor devices, based on thin films of organic materials (small molecules and polymers) to hybrid and nanocomposite materials, a family of truly advanced materials designed at the nanoscale that offers enhancements in device performance and a reduction in production costs over traditional inorganic predecessors. These hybrid and nanocomposite materials are attractive because of the potentially wide range of available organic semiconductors ...

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