New ultra-thin electronic films have greater capacity

(Phys.org) -- The development of a new combination of polymers associating sugars with oil-based macromolecules makes it possible to design ultra-thin films capable of self-organization with a 5-nanometer resolution. This opens up new horizons for increasing the capacity of hard discs and the speed of microprocessors. The result of a French-American collaboration spearheaded by the Centre de Recherches sur les Macromolécules Végétales (CNRS), this work has led to the filing of two patents. It is published in the journal ACS Nano. This new class of thin films based on hybrid copolymers could give rise to numerous applications in flexible electronics, in areas as diverse as nanolithography, biosensors and photovoltaic cells.

New ultra-thin electronic films have greater capacity

(Phys.org) -- The development of a new combination of polymers associating sugars with oil-based macromolecules makes it possible to design ultra-thin films capable of self-organization with ...

Mon 14 May 12 from Phys.org

New ultra-thin electronic films have greater capacity, Fri 11 May 12 from ScienceDaily

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French-American Collaboration Develops New Thin Films for Use in Flexible Electronics

By Will Soutter A French-American alliance, which is led by the Centre de Recherchessur les Macromol?les V?tales (CNRS), has developed a new class of thin films using a combination of hybrid...

Tue 15 May 12 from AZoNano

Thin-Film Bio-Copolymer Raises Physical Limit to Microprocessor Performance

The development of a new copolymer, combining sugar-based with oil-based macromolecules, makes it possible to design ultra-thin films capable of self-organization on a scale of just 5 nm. This ...

Sun 13 May 12 from AZoNano

New class of thin-film electronics is based on copolymers

A French-American collaboration has developed a new combination of polymers that makes it possible to design ultra-thin films capable of self-organization with a 5-nm resolution. These hybrid ...

Fri 11 May 12 from R&D Mag

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