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Overcoming The Design Limitations Of ITO On Plastic Films
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom H
09:20 - 09:40
There are many available transparent materials and there are many materials that are electrically conductive, but very few available materials are both. This means that manufacturers' options are often limited when it comes to applications that demand transparent conductive materials - particularly when those needs increasingly call for flexibility and formability. Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) has been the winner in the TCF market for years, but the demand for ITO is changing. Many product designs are moving towards thin, flexible and 3D-shaped form factors, and ITO just can't keep up. This presentation will explore the advantages and disadvantages associated with the status quo for ITO alternatives currently on the market as well as new commercially available conductive films, with a focused discussion of the benefit of considering hybrid structures of conductive metals and carbon nanotubes to overcome certain limitations.
CHASM Advanced Materials is revolutionizing design and fabrication of printed electronics and energy storage devices through exclusive development and manufacture of CNT hybrid transparent conductive films and CNT hybrid electrode materials. The company's line of AgeNT transparent conductive films is flexible and formable with low pattering costs and low sheet resistance at high transparency. Leading companies across multiple industries have successfully launched next generation innovations using transparent circuits, heaters, antennas, and films as well as advanced CNT inks and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) only available from CHASM. Visit us at booth #I07 to see demonstration of materials and applications.