Cambridge Graphene

Electrifying inks with 2D materials

Felice Torrisi and Jonathan N. Coleman describe how graphene can be used in conductive inks to print
electronic circuits.

Printed electronics has recently emerged as an important new direction for electronics beyond conventional silicon-based technologies. Electronic devices, including radio frequency identification tags, light-emitting diodes, batteries and transistors, can be built by printing liquid dispersed functional materials such as organic polymers, nanoparticles and nanotubes...

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