Integrated circuits made of plastic

PolyIC said it has created "the world's fastest (600 kilohertz) integrated circuit made of organic material". Iyalso claims to have have succeeded in using printing techniques to produce highly stable circuits made of polymers.

The distance between the two conductors is less than 50 micrometers, about as thin as a human hair. The chips keep their functionality even after being stored for two days at a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius and at 100 percent humidity, and will continue to work until temperatures climb above 120 degrees Celsius.

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