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Graphene for Liquid Crystal Displays
31.03.2008 13:52
Graphene for Liquid Crystal Displays
Molecule of graphene

Joint project of Manchester University (Creat Britain) and Institute of Microtechnology and High-Purity Materials (Russia) resulted in a discovery. Scientists proved graphene was an advanced material for producing transparent electrodes for liquid crystal displays.
      
      Graphene is only one atom thick, optically transparent, chemically inert and shows good conductive properties. Researchers showed that liquid crystal displays with graphene electrodes had high contrast ratio.
      
      Graphene has some advantages over traditional indium-tin oxide electrodes, since it is cheap and doesnt extract ions, preventing right location of molecules in liquid crystal. Moreover, graphene is more transparent and chemically stable.
      
      Source: Cnews.ru


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