Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory nanoscience researchers experiment with organic electronics, with successful results

Example of organic electronics

Researchers from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have been working at the Department of Energy’s nanoscience laboratory, the Molecular Foundry. These researchers have been experimenting with molecules and other organic material to determine how they can be used for electronic devices. This week, the team succeeded in providing the first ever experimental determination regarding electric charge transfer from molecule-to-molecule. Researchers believe that this development could be used to improve the performance of electronics. Organic electronics typically refers to the use of carbon-based materials in electrical devices. These can be anything…

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