High-throughput arrays for rapid characterization of solution-processable transparent conducting electrodes.

Stephen Kustra, Haosheng Wu, Saurav Basu, Gustavo Rohde & Christopher Bettinger
High-throughput fabrication and characterization of nanomaterials represents an opportunity to discover optimal processing conditions for desired application-specific properties. Microfluidic devices used in combination with thermal annealing gradients produce high-throughput arrays of silver nanowire networks for screening optimal parameters in transparent conducting electrodes. A complementary technique to parallel characterization of nanowire network topology is also introduced.
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