A New Transparent, Conductive Material Has Been Discovered

Conductive materials are used in common electronic devices like smartphones and solar cells. However, these conductors contain Indium, which is increasingly expensive. To create a low-cost conductive material, the researchers at the University of Minnesota grew a thin film using barium, oxygen, and a unique chemical precursor of tin.

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pressjudge378d ago

Omg the invisible drones will be next

kalkano376d ago

Is it called water?

Sorry. Couldn't resist.

fr0sty376d ago (Edited 376d ago )

Pure water doesn't conduct very well... but you still got a lol out of me.