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April 17th, 2004
Xerox unveils polymer electronic process
Xerox Corp. disclosed details of a nearly complete polymer electronic process that could run on inkjet printers during a presentation at the Material Research Society's spring meeting this week in San Francisco. Beng Ong, a Xerox Fellow who has been spearheading the polymer electronics effort, said three different electronic ink processes could create semiconductors, conductors and dielectrics - the three ingredients needed for integrated circuits - in a printable process.
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