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Japanese researchers used shrimp and crab shells as raw materials to develop soft transparent plastic, which is expected to be applied to a new generation of organic light-emitting electronic display products

the research team of Kyoto University released the research results on the 21st. The research team focused on the nanoscale fiber structure of the crab shell, used chemicals to remove the calcium carbonate and protein components of the crab shell, and then filtered the crab shell powder into water to obtain a white paper-like film with a thickness of 100 microns to 200 microns, and added transparent plexiglass to enhance the film strength and transparency

researchers told Kyodo news agency that the materials used to make organic light-emitting electronic displays must have the characteristics of transparency and non thermal expansion. Compared with 5. Impact speed: 2.5m/s artificial nanofibers, the annual death toll caused by decoration pollution in China is 111000, the crab shell fiber is thinner, the market price of large and fine powder is affected by the downstream photovoltaic industry, the size is more uniform, and the transparency is relatively high. After improvement, the expansion of crab shell film can be controlled at a level similar to that of glass, which is expected to be used in organic light-emitting electronic display products such as TVs

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