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Polymer Semiconductors for Intrinsically Stretchable Organic Transistors
Intrinsically stretchable active layers for organic field-effect transistors (OFET) are discussed. Polymer structural modification & post-polymerization modifications are 2 methods to achieve this.
Graphene Inks for Printed Electronics
The emerging field of printed electronics requires a suite of functional materials for applications including flexible and large-area displays, radio frequency identification tags, portable energy harvesting and storage, biomedical and environmental sensor arrays,5,6 and logic circuits.
Organic Materials for Thin Film Transistors
Flexible electronic circuits, displays, and sensors based on organic active materials will enable future generations of electronics products that may eventually enter the mainstream electronics market.
Organic and Hybrid Electronics in Optical Analytical Applications
Professor Shinar (Iowa State University, USA) summarizes the developments of a variety of sensor configurations based on organic and hybrid electronics, as low-cost, disposable, non-invasive, wearable bioelectronics for healthcare.
Nano Minerals: Nanoclays
Nanoclays are nanoparticles of layered mineral silicates. Montmorillonite, bentonite, and halloysite nanoclays and organoclays are used in polymer-clay nanocomposites, as rheology modifiers, and drug delivery carriers.
Development of Organic Semiconductors from Highly Ordered Oligo and Polythiophenes
The soaring global demand for energy, coupled with the limited supply of fossil fuels, has increased the need for renewable, low-cost energy sources. Organic electronics have shown great promise for applications in lighting, power, and circuitry, with rapidly improving performance
Organic Photovoltaics in IoT, Architecture, and Wearables
Advances in OPV materials & device design; OPV technology as an energy source, enabling larger deployment of low-power, low-maintenance, & environmentally friendly hardware solutions is discussed.
Sorting Carbon Nanotubes and Their Biological Applications
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have received much attention since their discovery in 1991 by Sumio lijima1 due to their excellent mechanical, electrical, and optical properties.
Poly(2-isopropyl-2-oxazoline)-based Multimodal Stimuli-responsive Functional Materials
Based on the temperature properties of PiPrOxs, we have recently developed several multimodal stimuli-responsive polymeric systems. This review will briefly show recent developments of PiPrOx-based functional stimuli-responsive polymers.
Conductive Polymers for Advanced Micro- and Nano-fabrication Processes
Conducting polymers such as polyaniline, polythiophene and polyfluorenes are now much in the spotlight for their applications in organic electronics and optoelectronics.
Conducting Polymer Device Applications
The application of conducting polymers at the interface with biology is an exciting new trend in organic electronics research.
Graphene in Biotechnology
Graphene is the building block for carbon nanomaterials with different dimensionalities.
Light-emitting Polymers
LEPs enable a wide range of important applications including sensors, flexible LED displays and lighting devices, optical pump lasers, and potentially polymer diode lasers.
Graphene-Based Transparent Conductive Electrodes
A transparent conductive electrode (TCE) is an essential component of various optoelectronic devices such as solar cells, liquid-crystal displays (LCD), light-emitting diodes (LED), and touch screens.
High-Purity Sublimed Materials for Organic Electronic Devices
Sublimed materials for organic electronic devices such of OFETs and OTFTs allow the achievement of better electronic properties, and may help increase a device’s lifetime.
Substrate and Conductor Materials Towards More Sustainable Electronics
The European Green Deal and Circular Economy Action Plan address resource challenges with eco-products and circulatory work, while the revised EU Ecodesign Directive promotes e-waste reduction and natural resource value reform. This review examines renewable substrates and conductive materials for
Nature as the Source of Materials for More Sustainable Organic Electronics
Carbon-based Sustainable Organic Electronics (SOE) limit the use of critical elements and biodegrade at their end-of-life. This review offers insight on how structural and energy disorder in these materials influence device performance and includes evaluations of various transport models and
Fluorescence Quenching Microscopy: Imaging Two-Dimensional Materials
Developed in the last several years, fluorescence quenching microscopy (FQM) has enabled rapid, inexpensive, and high-fidelity visualization of two-dimensional (2D) materials such as graphene-based sheets and MoS2.
Applications of Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide
Graphene oxide is a unique material that can be viewed as a single monomolecular layer of graphite with various oxygen containing functionalities such as epoxide, carbonyl, carboxyl and hydroxyl groups.
Optoelectronic Devices Based on Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-containing Conjugated Small Molecules
Optoelectronic Devices Based on Diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP)-containing Conjugated Small Molecules
2D Materials Matter: A Perspective on Biosensing Applications
Professor Ebrahimi and Professor Robinson (Pennsylvania State University, USA) summarize recent advances in the synthesis of these 2D materials, resulting material properties, and related applications in biosensing of neurotransmitters, metabolites, proteins, nucleic acids, bacterial cells, and heavy metals.
Polymer-Clay Nanocomposites: Design and Application of Multi-Functional Materials
One of the desirable end-goals of materials science research is the development of multi-functional materials. These materials are defined as compositions that bring more than one property enhancement to a particular application, thus allowing the material to replace more than
Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications
Nanoparticles can be used for applications such as growing cells for tissue engineering, nanocomposites used in orthopedics, and miniaturized sensors for DNA, pathogens, and chemicals.
Single-Walled Carbon Nanohorn Properties & Applications
Single-walled carbon nanohorns(SWCNHs) - Find manufacturing, material properties, and applications of carbon nanohorns.
Single-Double Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes
Find unique properties & applications of single (SWNTs) , double (DWNTs) & multi walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs).
Graphene Nanoribbons: Production and Applications
Graphene is a one-atomic-layer thick two-dimensional material made of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb structure. Its fascinating electrical, optical, and mechanical properties ignited enormous interdisciplinary interest from the physics, chemistry, and materials science fields.
Novel Graphene‑Based Nanostructures Production, Functionalization, and Engineering
Novel Graphene‑Based Nanostructures Production, Functionalization, and Engineering
Conducting Bio-based Polymers and Composites for Advanced Applications
Discover the latest developments in bio-based polymers and their applications as composites for reducing electronic waste and increasing service life. This mini-review provides insight into their properties and synthesis, as well as those of conductive bio-based polymers for bioelectronics, sensors
Electronic and Biomedical Applications of High-Purity Single-Walled Nanotubes (SWNTs)
We presents an article concerning the applications of high-purity single-walled nanotubes in electronic and biomedical fields.
Flexible Organic Transistors for Biomedical Applications
There is widespread demand for thin, lightweight, and flexible electronic devices such as displays, sensors, actuators, and radio-frequency identification tags (RFIDs). Flexibility is necessary for scalability, portability, and mechanical robustness.
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