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Inkjet-Printed Flexible Active Multilayered Structures

  • Charles Trudeau (a1) (a2), Martin Bolduc (a2), Patrick Beaupré (a2), Patrice Topart (a2), Christine Alain (a2) and Sylvain Cloutier (a1)...
Abstract

Active inkjet materials are invoked in the fabrication of optoelectronic devices. These types of multilayer assemblies contain a variety of commercially available ink formulations. It is envisioned that a dielectric SU-8 material can be used in a FET-like structure to form an interlayer between conductive silver and semi-conductive MWCNT-doped PEDOT:PSS ink layers. These printed structures may be fabricated onto a polyimide based flexible substrate, for instance. These structures are a starting point for offering valuable information on layer-on-layer printing interactions and interface problematics within a complete inkjet device fabrication.

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