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  • Semiconducting polymer for transient electronics
    Researchers report a disintegrable and biocompatible semiconducting polymer and an ultrathin biodegradable cellulose substrate with high chemical and thermal stability for use in transient electronics; using the polymer and substrate, the authors designed high-performance, ultralightweight, and fully disintegrable polymer transistors and logic circuits, findings that might improve the development of environment-friendly and biointegrated organic electronics.
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