Roughly 400 industry personnel from 30 different countries attended OCSiAl’s third Nanoaugmented Materials Industry Summit in Luxembourg to learn about producing high-performance nanoaugmented materials with single wall carbon nanotubes.
These nanotubes are ideal for applications in de-icing windows, touch panels, OLEDs, solar cells and EMI shielding.
“With single wall carbon nanotubes, you can control the transparency, conductivity and work function,” said Dr. Gabby Sarusi, professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Dr. Sarusi is working on the doping of nanotubes to reduce their work function in order to level it with the work function of OLEDs.
“N-doped nanotubes have shown very promising initial results in the quest for efficient transparent cathodes in OLEDs, LCs and others," she said.
Dr. Vladimir Saik from OCSiAl Group presented recent results on thin conductive films made by applying company’s T
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