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Materials

DuPont, Holst Target Printed Electronics

by Michael McCoy
March 7, 2011 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 89, ISSUE 10

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Credit: DuPont
Flexible substrates can be used in displays, lighting, and photovoltaics.
Credit: DuPont
Flexible substrates can be used in displays, lighting, and photovoltaics.

DuPont’s microcircuit materials business will work with Holst Centre, an independent Dutch research lab, to advance the printing of electronics on flexible substrates. The partners plan to improve the conductivity, fine-line deposition, and low-energy sintering of metallic inks. DuPont notes that it already sells electronic inks and pastes that can be used on flexible substrates.

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