Similar to the molecular equivalent of encouraging people in a scramble crosswalk to start walking in step on their own,
Scientists at Kyushu University have developed a number of compounds that have a tendency to face the same way.
The method is intended to produce controlled electric fields that will assist increase the efficiency of organic light-emitting diodes, according to the researchers.
employed in displays and lights and pave the way for the development of gadgets that use organic materials to turn vibrations into electricity.
Organic electronics are already generating a wave of colourful materials based on the incredible chemical diversity of carbon that makes living beings conceivable.
solar cell applications on television and smartphone screens
The chaotic structure of the thin films of the materials utilised in the devices contributes to their flexibility.