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Aqueous phase chemical detection based on low-voltage OTFT

Zhenan Bao's group at Stanford has developed a method for fabricating low-operating voltage OTFTs for functional electronic sensors in aqueous media. Low-voltage operation is achieved through the use of a thin, cross-linked polymer gate dielectric film, w...
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Versatile synthesis of microporous, rigid, soluble, easily processed ladder polymers

Researchers in Prof. Yan Xia’s laboratory have developed a mild and versatile method to synthesize rigid, soluble ladder polymers with large surface area (> 600 m2/g), intrinsic microporosity, and high thermal stability. The large intrinsic p...
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