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Optimization of active nanomaterials and transparent electrodes using printing and vacuum processes

C. Koidis1,  and S. Logothetidis2     1Organic Electronic Technologies P.C. (OET), Thessaloniki, Greece     2Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece

Abstract

The combination of advanced fabrication techniques and characterization tools to investigate the effect of process parameters on the properties of functional materials and to enable process cost-efficiency for the manufacture of organic and printed electronics such as organic photovoltaics is of great importance. In view of this, this chapter gives insights on the properties of printed and vacuum-deposited photoactive layers and transparent electrodes during the optimization ...

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