In order to the increasing demand from photonics and electronics industries of thin, transparent and flexible electrode this work is mainly concentrated towards the realization of thin film conductors.
This study is based on the confinement of carbon nanotubes and graphene in polymer matrices, in order to combine the properties of materials. In addition to the traditional mechanical properties including the ease of processability, semiconductor polymers show, low production costs and considerable electrical and optical characteristics.
Moreover, the CNTs have been recognized as particularly attractive materials for various applications.
All these features allow the creation of films with great properties such as mechanical flexibility, optical transparency, high electrical conductivity and simple preparation techniques.
These materials will be applied on the production of organic photovoltaic cells to improve their efficiency.