9-13 July 2012
Africa/Johannesburg timezone
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Printed Transistors Based on Nanoparticulate Silicon

10 Jul 2012, 17:30
IT Building

IT Building

Poster Presentation Track F - Applied Physics Poster Session


Mr Stanley Walton (University of Cape Town)

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David Britton david.britton@uct.ac.za

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Silicon based transistors have been produced on paper and other flexible substrates, using standard screen printing techniques. Production is performed at room temperature, without the use of a clean room and with no post processing. The active layers are composed of nanoparticulate silicon, which was produced by milling electronic-grade silicon wafers. We describe the production processes and present an analysis of device performance.

Primary authors

Prof. David Britton (University of Cape Town) Prof. Margit Harting (University of Cape Town) Mr Stanley Walton (University of Cape Town)

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