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Submission + - Carbon Nanotubes and Spongy Polymer Help Transistors Stretch (acs.org)

MTorrice 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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Carbon Nanotubes and Spongy Polymer Help Transistors Stretch

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