compliant substrate

compliant substrate

[kəm¦plī·ənt ′səb‚strāt]
(electronics)
A semiconductor substrate into which an artificially formed interface is introduced near the surface which makes the substrate more readily deformable and allows it to support a defect-free semiconductor film of essentially any lattice constant, with dislocations forming in the substrate instead of in the film. Also known as sacrificial compliant substrate.
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Polyurethane (PU) is a highly elastic and transparent polymer, with a transmissivity of ~92% at 550 nm wavelength (see supplementary materials, Figure S3) and resistant to ultraviolet radiation, is an ideal choice for our soft and compliant substrate with elastic nature withstanding large strains.
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