Communication manuscript published on Iontronics in Advanced Materials Technologies!
Researchers from the Laboratory of Organic Electronics teamed up with researchers from the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) to publish a communication article on iontronic capacitors, the latest device in the growing field of iontronics.
The field of iontronics is rapidly growing since it has proven to be a valuable asset when establishing electronic interfaces to biological systems, basically by translating the electrons of traditional electronic signalling to ions from solutions, solids or hydrogel-state materials.
Here’s what lead author Per Janson had to say about the publication:
‘The iontronic capacitor is an important tool for the field of iontronics, especially when striving for complex iontronic circuitry. Within this article the reported device allows smoother charge flow in a full-wave iontronic diode bridge rectifier.’
Conceptualized.tech aided in the formation of some of the figures for visualising the device structures similar to the one shown here.
The full article can be found here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/admt.201800494?fbclid=IwAR3RDiaqEUE912ihWJO2C0Qx-RdoSkeRflxElQvBKbP-uwwg5BGfrq9b3zY#.XDR7VLA6H-E.twitter