Electrically conductive lines on cellulose nanopaper for flexible electrical devices.

Abstract

Highly conductive circuits are fabricated on nanopapers composed of densely packed 15-60 nm wide cellulose nanofibers. Conductive materials are deposited on the nanopaper and mechanically sieved through the densely packed nanofiber networks. As a result, their conductivity is enhanced to the level of bulk silver and LED lights are successfully illuminated… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c3nr01951a

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@article{Hsieh2013ElectricallyCL, title={Electrically conductive lines on cellulose nanopaper for flexible electrical devices.}, author={Ming-Chun Hsieh and Changjae Kim and M. Nogi and Katsuaki Suganuma}, journal={Nanoscale}, year={2013}, volume={5 19}, pages={9289-95} }