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Can organics catch up with oxides?

Replacing functional oxides with organic molecular solids in applications such as sensors, computer memories, switches would have a huge impact on our technology. Organic solids are easy to process in films and environmental friendly as opposed to their oxide partners.

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SUPERBAD has contributed with theoretical calculations to the first report of an organic high-temperature ferroelectric, Diisopropylammonium Bromide, just published on Science. You can also take a look at the perspective by Dawn Bonnell.

 

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