An electrophoretic ink for all-printed reflective electronic displays

@article{Comiskey1998AnEI,
  title={An electrophoretic ink for all-printed reflective electronic displays},
  author={Barrett O. Comiskey and Jonathan Albert and Hidekazu Yoshizawa and Joseph Jacobson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1998},
  volume={394},
  pages={253-255}
}
It has for many years been an ambition of researchers in display media to create a flexible low-cost system that is the electronic analogue of paper. In this context, microparticle-based displays have long intrigued researchers. Switchable contrast in such displays is achieved by the electromigration of highly scattering or absorbing microparticles (in the size range 0.1–5 μm), quite distinct from the molecular-scale properties that govern the behaviour of the more familiar liquid-crystal… 

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