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December 4th, 2007

A step closer to ultra low-cost disposable printed organic RFID tags

Abstract:
Researchers at the University of Washington (Seattle) and Stanford University (Palo Alto, Calif.) have been working towards this goal and have created the first all organic nanowire integrated circuit and although others have demonstrated organic n-type and p-type thin-film transistors fabricated via high-temperature thermal evaporation, graduate researcher Alejandro Briseno at the University of Washington states that their method not only provides a simple solution-processable method of fabricating inverters, but it also demonstrates the possibility of fabricating single-crystal nanowire transistors from both p- and n-type transistors at room temperature.

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