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Highly clear conductive polymer electrode films hybridized with gold nanoparticles
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Improved conductive poly(3,4-ethylenedioxy thiophene) (PEDOT) electrodefilms were made through hybridization with charged gold nanoparticles. The conductivity of these hybrid films increased more than seven times than the value for the PEDOT alone. The optimized films show a sheet resistance value down to 85 ohm·sq−1 at 85% transparency when PEDOT was hybridized with gold particles of 12 nm diameter, and the organic light-emitting diode devices deposited on these electrodes show a performance equivalent to that of devices based on a conventional indium tin oxide electrode.
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