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Printed Transparent Conductive Substrates for Organic Opto-electronic Applications

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A new printing technique has been developed to make transparent conductive substrates which are better than sputtered ITO substrates in terms of conductivity, control of transparency, fabrication complexity and cost.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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