Improvement in alternative for transparent conductors – Published Manuscript
Recently researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics at Linkoping University published a manuscript in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A. The report shows improvement of an organic material for use as a transparent conductor for possible applications of displays and organic solar cells. The main improvement of the organic material is its increase in electrical conductivity while maintaining its high transparency.
With both an experimental and theoretical section of the manuscript, the authors present an in-depth understanding of the origin of the electrical conductance improvement. The manufacture of the material is also unscalable in a batch process.
The complete manuscript is available online here: https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/2018/ta/c8ta04744h
Conceptualized.tech helped by making a cover image and one of the figures to show off the results of the work.