Inkjet-Printed Graphene Electrodes May Lead to Low-Cost, Large-Area, Possibly Foldable Devices
Although inkjet-printed graphene has been previously demonstrated, the graphene patterns printed in a new study are about 250 times more conductive than previous patterns. The printed graphene ink is also highly tolerant to bending stresses, with the ability to withstand folding with only a slight decrease in conductivity. As the researchers explain, inkjet printing is an attractive method for printing electronic components because it is low-cost, can print large areas and can print on flexible substrates.
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