fabrications , properties , and device applications

  title={fabrications , properties , and device applications},
  author={Hongli Zhu and Zhiqiang Fang and Colin Preston and Yuanyuan Li and Liangbing Hu},
Although paper electronics is a compelling concept, the large surface roughness and opaqueness of most paper substrates has hindered its development from a dormant idea to a thriving technology. A recent demonstration of transparent paper with nanoscale surface roughness has revived an interest in using renewable cellulose substrates for electronics and optoelectronics. In this short review, we will first summarize the recent progress of transparent paper electronics through structure… CONTINUE READING
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