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Transparent, flexible, ultrathin sound source devices using Indium Tin oxide films
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10.1063/1.3617462
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http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/99/4/10.1063/1.3617462
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(Color online) Photograph of ITO-SS device. (a) Schematic graph of the structure of ITO-SS. (b) Photograph of ITO-SS (ITO on glass). The area is 10 × 10 cm2. The silver ink is used for the electrodes on both sides. (c) SEM image of ITO-SS (ITO on glass). (d) Photograph of ITO-SS (ITO on PET). The copper foil is used as the electrodes on both sides.

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(Color online) Acoustic test platform and results for the ITO-SS. (a) Schematic graph of the test platform for measuring the sound emission from ITO-SS. (b) Plot of the output SP of ITO-SS versus the input power. The SP is recorded at a sound frequency of 16 kHz and a distance of 5 cm. (c) Plot of the output SP of ITO-SS versus the measurement distance. The SP is recorded at a sound frequency of 16 kHz and an input power of 0.2 W. (d) Plot of theoretical and experimental results of SP versus the acoustic frequency of ITO-SS. The data for the three different samples are normalized with the input power density of 1 W/cm2. The SPL is recorded at a distance of 5 cm.

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(Color online) Theoretical model and results for ITO-SS. (a) Theoretical model of the ITO-SS. (b) The average surface temperature of ITO-SS (ITO on PET) versus the input power with a sound frequency of 16 kHz and a distance of 5 cm. (c) The theoretical and experimental results of SPL versus the frequency for ITO on glass. The distance is 5 cm and the input power is 0.2 W. (d) The theoretical and experimental results of efficiency versusthe frequency for ITO on glass. The distance is 5 cm and the input power is 0.2 W.

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(Color online) Promising applications for ITO-SS integrated with an LCD screen. (a) Schematic graph of the structure for ITO-SS integrated with an LCD screen. (b) Transmittance spectra of ITO on glass (upper curve) and ITO on PET (lower curve), measured using an ultraviolet-visible spectrophotometer (PGENERAL TU-1901). (c) Photograph of ITO-SS (glass substrate) placed on the frame of a 14-in LCD screen. (d) Photograph of ITO-SS (PET substrate) placed on the frame of a 3.5-in iPod Touch (Apple, Inc.) LCD screen.

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2011-07-28
2014-04-19
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Scitation: Transparent, flexible, ultrathin sound source devices using Indium Tin oxide films
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/99/4/10.1063/1.3617462
10.1063/1.3617462
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