New organic plastic material allows electronics to function at extreme temperatures without sacrificing performance

From iPhones on Earth to rovers on Mars, most electronics only function within a certain temperature range. By blending two organic materials together, researchers at Purdue University could create electronics that withstand extreme heat. This new plastic material could reliably conduct electricity in up to 220 degrees Celsius (428 F), according to a paper published […]

New organic plastic material allows electronics to function at extreme temperatures without sacrificing performance

From iPhones on Earth to rovers on Mars, most electronics only function within a certain temperature range. By blending two organic materials together, researchers at Purdue University could ...

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Phys.org

High-temperature electronics? Thatís hot, Mon 10 Dec 18 from Science Blog

Researchers Could Create Electronics That Withstand Extreme Heat

NewsBy blending two organic materials together, researchers could create electronics that withstand extreme heat.Contributed Author: Purdue UniversityTopics: Chemistry

Fri 7 Dec 18 from Laboratory Equipment

High-temperature electronics? That's hot

A new organic polymer blend allows plastic electronics to function in high temperatures without sacrificing performance.

Thu 6 Dec 18 from ScienceDaily

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