Transparent and conductive microstructures


In the field of transparent electrical conduction, several existing technologies make it possible to obtain an optically and electrically efficient material. Transparent conductive oxide layers such as ITO (indium tin oxide) are mainly used but have several limitations. ITO deposits require expensive vacuum equipment and are complex to produce for curved or flexible surfaces. The proposed technology is a relevant alternative to knocking down these locks while maintaining excellent electrical and optical properties.
Our solution: Process for laser insolation of a layer of metal oxalates.  


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