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Development of Nano Convergence Films Using a Roll-to-Roll Coating System
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Development of Nano Convergence Films Using a Roll-to-Roll Coating System
Hwang, Joong Kook; Chang, Sang-Mok; Shin, Hoon-Kyu;
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 Abstract
There has been growing interest and rapid development in transparent electrode films, which are flexible and light and used in mobile, simple information, and electronic devices, and based on recent advancements in nano technology, information technology, and display technology. In particular, studies on developing such films with both high conductivity and high transmittance of visible rays are highly in demand for commercialization. In this study, transparent electrode films were developed for IT using micro patterns that show sheet resistance less than 10 Ω/□, adhesive strength more than 98%, and light transmittance more than 90%. The results of applying a surface emission gradient minimization (Honey Comb) technology to the films was the verification of the sheet resistance, adhesive strength, and light transmittance satisfying the target level of this study through Imprinting and Remolding processes.
 Keywords
Transparent electrode film;Imprinting;Honey comb structure;Functional film;
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English
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