ITO Replacement Materials for Consumer Electronics-High-Tech Materials

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There is a rising demand for consumer electronics devices with capacitive, large-size, and flexible touchscreens. This requires the use of transparent conductor films (TCFs) that combine low material and processing costs with flexibility, high conductivity, and excellent optical transmittance. The majority of the current electronic devices utilize indium tin oxide (ITO) deposited on either plastic films or glass as the material of choice for TCFs. While ITO possesses high transparency and conductivity, it is processed using vacuum deposition at high temperatures, making the production process very expensive. In addition, there are concerns with the geographical availability of ITO, which drives the price point for the material. Several new conductive materials have been developed as alternatives to ITO, and they are expected to give rise to innovative new devices that keep pace with the consumer demands.

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Keywords: ITO, consumer electronics, nanowires, CNT, graphene

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