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Organic Electronics

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Conjugated polymer and molecular semiconductors enable manufacturing of active electronic circuits by a combination of solution processing and direct printing that will be used to realize new applications, such as electronics integrated onto flexible substrates. These materials also have fascinating physical properties that reflect their molecular electronic structure and the way in which these molecules self-assemble into ordered structures from solution. In this talk we will focus on presenting current understanding of their electronic properties on a molecular scale and discuss how organic semiconductors can be used to implement multiple electronic and optical functionalities in a single material.

This talk is part of the Stokes Society, Pembroke College series.

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