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August 16, 2012

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парфюми

Yes I agree that inventions must benefit all people!

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Maria Yanez

I found this blog very interesting because I never before hear about this type of organic electronics. I found that in a future organic electronics can become a low-cost solar energy. Since Dr. Tang discovered the heterojunction structure, many advances have been developed. There are some researches trying to find new materials and composition to decrease the manufacturing process avoiding the high temperature processes. Another property that researchers are trying to obtain in this type of materials is the ductility because the existent materials are very brittle. So here is an interesting area to research new materials for this application.

Tanimola O

"Great innovations that will be embraced by the commercial market are emerging"

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Invention never fail to surprise us with new and interesting things. People must always use their inventions for the benefit of all people.

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Gopal R. Rao

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