Researchers Achieves High Mobility with Thin Film Tin Dioxide, Paving Way for Clear and Transparent LEDs

Researchers at the University of Tokyo published a research demonstrating their achievement of the highest mobility among thin films of tin dioxide. This high mobility could allow engineers to create thin and even transparent tin dioxide semiconductors for use in next-generation LED lights, photovoltaic solar panels or touch-sensitive display technologies. Tin dioxide can be made into a semiconductor. A research team from the Department of Chemistry at the University of Tokyo demonstrated the highest mobility in a thin film of tin oxide ever achieved. The improved mobility no...
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