I guess this puts this conductive polymer into a high performance category with regards conductance versus transparency, regardless of its application target, and at a reasonable cost alternative to indium tin oxide to boot. This true?
The automotive glass de-fogging, as well as transparent antennas caught my eye. Making both these applications transparent would be great.
They say their conductive polymer will be "prices competititvely" with ITO even though its said to be 10-times faster. Besides transparent widow defoggers there are plenty of other apps in the making too,
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