Plastics with good memory
Research report (imported) 2013 - Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Organic electronics has established itself as a new technology for widespread microelectronic applications, e.g. flexible monitors, electronic newspapers, non-contact acquisition of data through transponders and smart labels. Most of these applications require memory functions, preferably the kind that save data when the electricity is switched off and which can furthermore be programmed electronically, deleted and read.