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A new view on displays

Nature volume 511, pages 159160 (10 July 2014) | Download Citation

Materials that rapidly switch between amorphous and crystalline states are widely used to manage heat and store data. They now emerge as promising building blocks for ultrahigh-resolution display devices. See Letter p.206

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  1. Dirk J. Broer is at the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems and in the Laboratory for Functional Organic Materials and Devices, Eindhoven University of Technology, Den Dolech 2, 5612 AZ Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

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