Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The solar cell that builds itself


Researchers have demonstrated a simple, cheap way to create self-assembling electronic devices using a property crucial to salad dressings. It uses the fact that oil- and water-based liquids do not mix, forming devices from components that align along the boundary between the two.

The idea joins a raft of approaches toward self-assembly, but lends itself particularly well to small components. The work is reported in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Crucially, it could allow the large-scale assembly of high-quality electronic components on materials of just about any type, in contrast to "inkjet printed" electronics or some previous self-assembly techniques.

2 comments:

  1. CONANIMA...your company is into CONAMME and it's with CONCO and CONES in NICE.
    And you are with NATALIE.
    And COULTER.
    And MASSACHUSETTS with MICK- DICK- RICK- SLICK-
    And BIC.
    BIC is there , too.
    They're all in your zoo, of ZOORT - HYDRA.
    And CARON and LA, she went with DR. JAY, because she is an old dirty MEHOLE with ARYANS and into KID- FUCKING on the AEGEAN with CALIZ.
    Their QUEEN.
    In COCONS.
    All MORYLIES.

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