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Chem Soc Rev. 2014 Jan 21;43(2):588-610. doi: 10.1039/c3cs60235d.

"Green" electronics: biodegradable and biocompatible materials and devices for sustainable future.

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Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Franz-Pichler Stra├če Nr. 30, 8160 Weiz, Linz Institute for Organic Solar Cells (LIOS), Physical Chemistry, Department of Soft Matter Physics, Johannes Kepler University, Linz; Austria. Mihai.Irimia-Vladu@joanneum.at.

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  • Chem Soc Rev. 2014 Sep 7;43(17):6470.

Abstract

"Green" electronics represents not only a novel scientific term but also an emerging area of research aimed at identifying compounds of natural origin and establishing economically efficient routes for the production of synthetic materials that have applicability in environmentally safe (biodegradable) and/or biocompatible devices. The ultimate goal of this research is to create paths for the production of human- and environmentally friendly electronics in general and the integration of such electronic circuits with living tissue in particular. Researching into the emerging class of "green" electronics may help fulfill not only the original promise of organic electronics that is to deliver low-cost and energy efficient materials and devices but also achieve unimaginable functionalities for electronics, for example benign integration into life and environment. This Review will highlight recent research advancements in this emerging group of materials and their integration in unconventional organic electronic devices.

PMID:
24121237
DOI:
10.1039/c3cs60235d
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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