From materials to applications, this ready reference covers the entire value chain from fundamentals via processing right up to devices, presenting different approaches to large-area electronics, thus enabling readers to compare materials, properties and performance. Divided into two parts, the first focuses on the materials used for the electronic functionality, covering organic and inorganic semiconductors, including vacuum and solution-processed metal-oxide semiconductors, nanomembranes and nanocrystals, as well as conductors and insulators. The second part reviews the devices and applications of large-area electronics, including flexible and ultra-high-resolution displays, light-emitting transistors, organic and inorganic photovoltaics, large-area imagers and sensors, non-volatile memories and radio-frequency identification tags. With its academic and industrial viewpoints, this volume provides in-depth knowledge for experienced researchers while also serving as a first-stop resource for those entering the field.(b) Ids current response upon titration of Hg2+ at increasing concentrations . ... In the original papers, thiolated DNA oligomers were used for selective and sensitive detection of thrombin and mercury ions (Figure 18.11a, b, respectively). ... The devices reported were sensitive to Hg2+ and thrombin concentrations of the order of 1I¼M and 100 pM, respectively. ... applications include cochlear implants, multielectrode arrays for neural firing analysis, deep-brain stimulation, and so on.
|Title||:||Large Area and Flexible Electronics|
|Author||:||Mario Caironi, Yong-Young Noh|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-01-13|