Developing scalable process in conjunction with NRC opens doors to printed transistor applications.
David Savastano, Editor05.27.15
Single wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) offer great promise for many applications, including thin film transistors, but there are many challenges. Once the technical aspects are covered, scaling up production to commercial levels is the next daunting obstacle.
Raymor Industries, Inc. has overcome this hurdle. A Boisbriand. Quebec, Canada-based materials specialist, Raymor co-developed its plasma torch-derived IsoSol-100, a carbon nanotube ink, with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), Canada’s leading PE R&D organization.
Raymor’s IsoSol-S100 (semiconducting - SWCNT ink) technology has drawn the attention of the flexible and printed electronics industry, as Raymor received IDTechEx’s Best Technical Development Materials Award during Printed Electronics USA 2014. Raymor was honored for IsoSol-100, which is said to be the highest purity semiconducting nanotube ink (99.9% pure) to be offered commercially today.
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