In this book, printed flexible electronics are extensively reviewed in twelve chapters. The book can be divided into three main parts.
In part one, formed by the first two chapters, the fundamentals, processes and materials are presented. In part two, formed by the next three chapters, conductive materials, semiconducting materials, substrates and encapsulation materials for printable, flexible electronics are explained. The last part of the book presents the applications: transistors, organic light emitters, solar cells, harvesting and other devices.
The book is very clearly written and beautifully illustrated, and it is recommended to anyone who works in the area of printed flexible electronics.
Review by Mircea Dragoman, National Research and Development Institute in Microtechnology, Romania.
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