Nanostructured transparent conductive films: Fabrication, characterization and applications

Volume: 109, Pages: 1 - 101
Published: Nov 1, 2016
Abstract
Commercial indium tin oxide (ITO) has several drawbacks for optoelectronic applications such as high cost due to indium scarcity and high temperature deposition process, mechanical brittleness, and the complicated manufacturing process where lithographic patterning is needed. Its brittle nature can lead to cracking when used in applications involving bending, such as touch screens and flexible displays. Therefore, novel transparent conducting...
Paper Details
Title
Nanostructured transparent conductive films: Fabrication, characterization and applications
Published Date
Nov 1, 2016
Volume
109
Pages
1 - 101
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