Scientists in Spain and Italy have used simple and cheap wet lithography to generate highly electrical conductive structures located upon demand on technologically relevant surfaces. The team tested the materials as electrodes in organic field‐effect transistor devices and they say it opens the way to a broad range of potential applications, such as molecular sensors.
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Patterned conductive nanostructures from reversible self-assemble of 1D coordination polymer
D Gentili et al
Chem. Sci., 2012, DOI: 10.1039/c2sc00029f