NewsGraphene substrate improves the conductivity of carbon
nanotube network

9th October 2019by admin0
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Transparent conductive films (TCFs) have many
applications in touch screens, organic light emitting diodes and
solar cells. These applications need materials that are strong,
energy efficient and stable, which is why companies and researchers
are interested in carbon-based materials. This applies especially
to networks of single-walled carbon nanotubes, which are expected
to replace the metal-oxide films that are currently
used.

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