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Transparent Electrode of Low Haze Has Been Successfully in Volume Production

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http://www.ke-chuang.comRecently KeChuang successfully optimize silver nanowires with Ave. D=35~55nm, and Ave. L=5~15um, the model of which is AW030. Silver nanowires can be used in the transparent electrode  replace ITO. But the haze of flexible transparent electrode (TE)…See More
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Transparent Electrode of Low Haze Has Been Successfully in Volume Production

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Recently, Zhejiang Kechuang Advanced Materials Company successfully achieved a large scale production of silver nanowires with Ave. D=35-55nm, which have been successfully used in the low haze of flexible transparent electrode.

At present, silver nanowires with Ave. D=35-55nm, and Ave. L=5-15um have been successfully used in the production of flexible transparent electrode in several multinational corporations. Through…

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New Generation Transparent Electrode Materials Replacing ITO

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Recently, the most unforgettable situation that arises in our eyes is that new generation transparent electrode materials will replace ITO, which seems to be common around us but quite important to our area. There is no denying that recent few years has witnessed a phenomenon of new generation transparent electrode materials replacing ITO which has induced heightened concerns to nano market.Over these years, the living standards have greatly…

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The Flexible Transparent Electrode of Low Haze (<1.5%) Based on KeChuang’s Silver Nanowires (Ave. D=35~55nm) Has Been Successfully in Volume Production.

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Recently, Zhejiang Kechuang Advanced Materials Company successfully achieved a large scale production of silver nanowires with Ave. D=35~55nm, which have been successfully used in the low haze of flexible transparent electrode.

 

At present, silver nanowires with Ave. D=35~55nm, and Ave. L=5~15um have been successfully used in the production of flexible transparent electrode in several multinational corporations. Through testing, using this model AW030 of silver nanowires, the…

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