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Polymers make charge flow easy

Nature volume 539, pages 499500 (24 November 2016) | Download Citation

Organic semiconductor devices require good electrical contacts with conducting materials, but such contacts are often inefficient. An approach that tackles this problem will enable a wide range of applications. See Letter p.536

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  1. Antonio Facchetti is in the Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois 60208, USA, and at Polyera Corporation, Skokie, Illinois.

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