Novel Materials for High Temperature Organic Electronics

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2018-MEI-68125
Electronics have a tendency to generate considerable amounts of heat. Overheating is a known problem in most electronic devices. In inorganic devices, cooling is typically used to physically lower the total temperature. For organic electronics, no such solution has been reported. There is need of a method for allowing organic devices to function properly under extensive heat.

Researchers at Purdue University have developed a new class of organic materials that can operate under high temperatures. This technology would be suitable for innumerable electronic devices.

Advantages:
-High temperature threshold

Potential Applications:
-Electronic devices
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