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February 25th, 2007

Sumitomo Corp. Exhibits Transparent Electroconductive Film Formed from Coating Technology

Abstract:
Sumitomo Corporation displayed a transparent electroconductive film that can be formed with coating technology at the "International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference (nano tech 2007)" held at Tokyo Big Sight from February 21 through February 23, 2007. Sumitomo used a special ink technology developed by U.S. Cambrios Technologies Corp., thereby enabling the transparent electroconductive film manufacturing process to utilize a solution. The process enables not only to provide plastic or glass substrates in their state where a transparent electroconductive film has been applied on the substrate surface, but also to ship transparent electroconductive ink. Supposed applications include touch and liquid crystal panels and thin-film solar cells. Sample shipment has already started for touch panel purposes along with alleged well-preparedness for quantity production. According to Sumitomo, it recently signed an agency contract with Cambrios.

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