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+ - Carbon Nanotubes and Spongy Polymer Help Transistors Stretch->

Submitted by MTorrice
MTorrice (2611475) writes "To make future displays that roll, bend, and stretch, electronics makers need the circuits that control the pixels to be elastic. In particular, they need flexible transistors. Now researchers have combined a carbon nanotube mesh with a spongy ionic polymer to build super stretchy transistors. The scientists can pull the devices to lengths 57% greater than their resting length without disrupting performance."
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