Research and Markets has declared the inclusion of a comprehensive report titled ‘Inorganic and Composite Printed Electronics 2011-2021’ to its list of reports.
In order to fulfill the increasing demands for printed and potentially printed electronics, an extensive range of materials, including alloys, amorphous mixtures and oxides, is being used. Organic devices such as OLEDs use materials such as Ti, Al and B nitrides and oxides as barrier layer to prevent the permeation of oxygen and water, and Ag, Cu, Al and indium tin oxide as conductors. Eu, Ir, CoFe nanodots and Mg or Ca cathodes are used in light emitting layers.
The report covers the up-and-coming market of new nanoparticle metal and alloy inks such as the zinc oxide-based flexible transistor semiconductors with superior stability, durability and conductivity. It discusses technology fundamentals, commercialization, the trends, options, promising applications and major companies.
The report discusses in detail inorganic printed and thin film electronics for memory, batteries, photovoltaics, conductors, sensors, semiconductors, lighting and displays. It features profiles of major players located across the globe. DaiNippon Printing, NanoMas Technologies, Nanogram, Nanotecture, Toppan Printing, Unidym and Poly-Flex are some of the firms mentioned in the report. It also explains the applications of other types of technologies such as silicon chips and organic electronics with more than 160 figures and tables.