Significant improvements in luminous efficacies in light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and current densities in power electronics necessitate efficient and cost-effective thermal management solutions. Where incumbent secondary heat sinks like aluminum and thermal interface materials like thermal grease, pads, and fillers have been traditionally used, conductive polymers look to substitute these traditional materials in different applications. This report sizes up the market opportunity for conductive polymers as well as identifies strategic opportunities to engage with developers in this field.
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