Latest Molecular electronics Stories
By inserting platinum atoms into an organic semiconductor, University of Utah physicists were able to "tune" the plastic-like polymer to emit light of different colors – a step toward more efficient, less expensive and truly white organic LEDs for light bulbs of the future.
The battle between South Korean consumer electronic giants Samsung and LG has heated up as Samsung announced it is releasing its long-awaited OLED curved TV – and at a price a bit lower than expected. More importantly, consumers might be getting two sets for the price of one.
Searchers from the Royal Society of Chemistry have created a tiny power supply that is made of a flexible material.
To boost performance, research groups have tried creating new plastic materials that enhance the flow of electricity through the solar cell.
LG announced a 55-inch Curved OLED TV, which began shipping this past April in South Korea. Now this set is coming to America, but it won’t be alone.
Affordable, simple yet high-performance PLEDs and PSCs are here soon.
Synthetic Metals is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Elsevier. It covers all aspects of electronic polymers and electronic molecular materials. It is an international medium for the rapid publication of original research papers, short communications and subject reviews dealing with research on and applications of electronic polymers and electronic molecular materials including novel carbon architectures. Original manuscripts on chemical, electrochemical, electrical, photonic...