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  Nanowire Networks May Lead to Flexible Electronics
 
  In the future, nanowire networks may lead to flexible electronics.

A promising replacement for indium tin oxide could be metal nanowire networks. They are made up of individual silver or copper wires, tens to hundreds of nanometers in diameter, woven together in an interconnected mesh. It’s transparent in the same way that a screen door is – the individual strands of the mesh are so small they don’t obscure the overall view.

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