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The New Chemistry of Printed Electronics

SpecialChem / Sep 1, 2008

Printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics is conveniently referred to as printed electronics or rather misleadingly plastic or organic electronics. Since this is the future of lighting, signage, electronic displays, sensors, batteries for electronics and even photovoltaics (solar cells), few dispute that it will rise to the order of $300 billion dollars in twenty years from now. IDTechEx has closely analysed this huge new opportunity for the fine chemicals, electronics and process industries. As shown below, even the growth in the next four years is startling enough to attract companies of all sizes, particularly as there are many unsolved technical problems that can lead to premium priced products for those that are successful.

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