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LG Brings World’s Thinnest HD LCD Smartphone Panel

LG is the leader in the smartphone and tablet display technology domains. In June, LG had announced that it was starting commercial production of flexible and unbreakable smartphone display panels. These flexible display screens are lighter than the present-day LCD panels. Competitors Samsung, Nokia, and Apple have also been trying their hand at flexible […]

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Bend me, shape me: Flexible phones ‘out by 2013′

Samsung’s new phones use OLED technology, but the firm is also looking into graphene. Samsung’s new phones use OLED technology, but the firm is also looking into graphene.

30 November 2012- Source:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20526577

Image Source:  https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/19/Samsung_flexible_AMOLED_phone.jpg

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Graphene Used for Sensors, Solar and LCDs

The world of electronics, LCD, solar cells and sensors are approaching a serious change through advancements in the production of graphene.Under Geim’s predictions, after sensors, the next industry to adopt graphene will be the solar cell and LCD display industries through the production of transparent films. “That is the next step and probably will […]

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The Graphene Revolution

Under a transmission electron microscope it looks deceptively simple: a grid of hexa­gons resembling volleyball net or a section of chicken wire. But graphene, a form of carbon that can be produced in sheets only one atom thick, seems poised to shake up the world of electronics. Within five years, it could begin powering […]

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Graphene Will Change the Way We Live

Two scientists; Konstantin Novoselow and Andre Geim, were awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in physics for their pioneering work on the discovery of graphene.The award acknowledged graphene’s promise to revolutionize the electronics industry and the potential production of lightweight, stronger-than-steel materials among a long list of other coming applications.Potential applications for the material include […]

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Graphene: a revolutionary material?

Analyst Commentary, Matthew Bovencamp: Graphene, which is a flat monolayer of carbon atoms tightly packed into a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice, has gained considerable attention after researchers were able to extract graphene from bulk graphite in 2004. The excitement over graphene is due to its unique properties and the abundance of graphite from which graphene […]

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What is graphene good for?

It’s hard to imagine a substance only one atom thin: so thin, in fact, that it exists in only two dimensions not three. That’s graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms touted as a miracle material: the strongest substance yet discovered, the fastest conductor of electricity, the most optically pure material, and yet lightweight […]

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Graphene transfer for transparent electronics

Researchers in Texas have found a new way to transfer large-area graphene thin films grown on copper foils onto other substrates. The material could be used to make components for photovoltaic devices and even be an alternative to traditional conductive metal oxides, like indium tin oxide, in transparent electrodes for liquid crystal displays (LCDs), […]

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Graphene in Optical Electronics

Scientists believe that soon graphene will be used commercially on the optoelectronics field, more especially in touch screens, LCDs and in organic lighting diodes (OLEDs). For any material to be used as an optoelectronic, it should transmit more than 90% of light and have electrical conductivity properties exceeding 1 x 106 Ω1m1. This means […]

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Graphene Electronics Investing: Flexible Electronics Partnership

As far as we are concerned, it seems the team will try to develop graphene in the form of a transparent but nicely conductive layer that plastic backpanes can use—thus leading to nearly unbreakable LCDs or even more flexible OLEDs. This is actually a critical research focus, as the market for flexible displays and […]

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