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3D Printing of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Composites
3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing that can be used to rapidly fabricate components with highly customizable geometries.
3D Printable Conductive Nanocomposites of PLA and Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes
A nanocomposite is typically defined as a mixture between a host material (e.g., polymer matrix) and nanofillers with at least one dimension of less than 100 nm.
Reactive Silver Inks for High-Performance Printed Electronics
The ability to pattern conductive electrodes is technologically relevant for several applications, including photovolatics, displays, sensors, and biomedical devices.
Plexcore® OC Hole Injection Inks
Plexcore® organic conductive inks are electronic grade inks formulated for use in the hole injection layers of OLEDs.
Ruthenium-based dyes for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells
Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSCs) are 3rd generation solar cells combining the promise of high efficiency with low production costs.
Flexible and Printed Organic Thermoelectrics: Opportunities and Challenges
Progress in Organic Thermoelectric Materials & Devices including high ZT values of >0.2 at room temperature by p-type (PEDOT:PSS) & n-type (Poly[Kx(Ni-ett)]) materials are discussed.
Self-Assembled Monolayers: Advantages of Pure Alkanethiols
We presents an article regarding Self-Assembled Monolayers: Advantages of Pure Alkanethiols.
3D Printing Graphene Ink: Creating Electronic and Biomedical Structures and Devices
Since its discovery little more than a decade ago,1 the two-dimensional (2D) allotrope of carbon—graphene—has been the subject of intense multidisciplinary research efforts.
Polymer-based Materials for Printed Electronics: Enabling High Efficiency Solar Power and Lighting
The soaring global demand for energy has created an urgent need for new energy sources that are both cost-competitive and eco-friendly.
Inorganic Interface Layer Inks for Organic Electronic Applications
Find advantages of inorganic interface layer inks for organic electronic & other applications.
Conducting Polymer Device Applications
The application of conducting polymers at the interface with biology is an exciting new trend in organic electronics research.
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.
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.
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
Conducting Polymer Materials for Flexible OPV Applications: Orgacon™ PEDOT : PSS
A detailed article on conducting polymer materials for flexible organic photovoltaics (OPVs) applications.
Novel Inks for Direct-Write Assembly of 3-D Periodic Structures
New methods for materials fabrication at the micro- and nanoscale will drive scientific and technological advances in areas of materials science, chemistry, physics, and biology. The broad diversity of potentially relevant materials, length scales, and architectures underscores the need for
Inkjet Printing for Printed Electronics
In the past decade, the family of digital printing technologies has evolved from being just a tool to visualize information into a generator of functionalities.
Self-Assembly in Organic Thin Film Transistors for Flexible Electronic Devices
Flexible electronic circuits and displays based on organic active materials are future generations of products that may eventually enter mainstream electronics market.
Organic Optoelectronics on Shape Memory Polymers
Advances in the area of soft optoelectronics, with a focus on the development of organic optoelectronic devices on shape memory polymers (SMP) is discussed.
Electronics and Self-Assembly with Single Molecules
Single molecule electronics is the endeavour of constructing electronic circuitry with single molecules as the fundamental building block.
Nanoclays in Multi-Functional Composites
Nanoclays are clay minerals optimized for use in clay nanocomposites– multi-functional material systems with several property enhancements targeted for a particular application.
Organic Photovoltaics
Find advantages of organic photovoltaic (OPV) technology & offers of our materials for innovative OPV research.
Plexcore® PV Inks for Printed Solar Power System Applications & Advantages
Find advantages of the Plexcore PV ink system kit for printed solar cell applications.
3D Printable Inks for Energy and Environmental Applications
Partnering additive manufacturing (3D printing) with functional nanomaterial-based inks has the potential to push the properties and performance of advanced materials beyond previous capabilities. This is particularly true in energy and environmental applications.
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.
3D and 4D Printing Technologies
Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology, also called additive manufacturing (AM), has recently come into the spotlight because of its potential high-impact implementation in applications ranging from personal tools to aerospace equipment.