Huizhou E-fly Optoelectronic Materials

  • Indium tin oxide (ITO) replacement based on ultrathin silver films with random holes; the approach is different from incumbent silver nanostructures, metal mesh, carbon nanowires, or graphene
  • Claims transparency of above 88%, sheet resistance of less than 20 Ω/sq, and a haze of lower th...

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