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Electrospun Polymer Fibers for Electronic Applications
AbstractNano- and micro- fibers of conjugated polymer semiconductors are particularly interesting both for applications and for fundamental research. They allow an investigation into how electronic properties are influenced by size confinement and chain orientation within microstructures that are not readily accessible within thin films. Moreover, they open the way to many applications in organic electronics, optoelectronics and sensing. Electro-spinning, the technique subject of this review, is a simple method to effectively form and control conjugated polymer fibers. We provide the basics of the technique and its recent advancements for the formation of highly conducting and high mobility polymer fibers towards their adoption in electronic applications.
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Luzio, A.; Canesi, E.V.; Bertarelli, C.; Caironi, M. Electrospun Polymer Fibers for Electronic Applications. Materials 2014, 7, 906-947.View more citation formats
Luzio A, Canesi EV, Bertarelli C, Caironi M. Electrospun Polymer Fibers for Electronic Applications. Materials. 2014; 7(2):906-947.Chicago/Turabian Style
Luzio, Alessandro; Canesi, Eleonora V.; Bertarelli, Chiara; Caironi, Mario. 2014. "Electrospun Polymer Fibers for Electronic Applications." Materials 7, no. 2: 906-947.
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