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Deformable inorganic semiconductor

Unlike conventional inorganic semiconductors, which are typically brittle, α-Ag2S exhibits room-temperature ductility with favourable electrical properties, offering promise for use in high-performance flexible and stretchable devices.

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Fig. 1: Room-temperature ductile inorganic semiconductor for high-performance soft electronics.