Organic and Molecular Electronics
Natural and atomic materials have been researched throughout the previous couple of decades for their fascinating electronic and optoelectronic properties. In fact they offer a scope of points of their interest over regular inorganic semiconductors (e.g. silicon) for example, low cost, mechanical and compound adaptability, simplicity of handling and light weight. This has been abused in a scope of gadgets, including sunlight based cells and natural light producing gadgets, which are currently entering the commercial center.