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Nature Materials volume 3, pages 137138 (2004) | Download Citation

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Although the advent of organic electronics promises the development of such futuristic applications as electronic paper, the limited resolution with which these materials can be patterned is hampering the progress. But the way forward may now have been found by investigating how these materials dewet from submicrometre hydrophobic lines patterned on a surface.

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  1. Zhenan Bao is at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA. zbao@chemeng.stanford.edu

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