Superstable Copper Nanowire Stretchable Conductors

December 5, 2014
The use of copper, which is much cheaper and more abundant, as an alternative electrode material to silver would dramatically reduce the cost of nanowire materials. Despite these advantages, copper nanowire conductors face a serious bottleneck for future practical use in flexible and stretchable optoelectronics: Although they are nearly as conductive as silver, this conductivity is not stable.
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