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January 23rd, 2003

Hot off the press

Abstract:
Organic electronics holds the promise of being able to produce large-area electronic circuitry onto almost any substrate at exceptionally low cost, but technical issues related to depositing many successive layers from solvent threaten to hinder development. A new technique for depositing organic materials by thermal imaging could help overcome such issues.

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