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Electric field compensation in electrophoretic ink displays

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Transient currents in electrophoretic ink displays are a result of the movement of charged particles when an electric field is applied. These charges have an influence on the electric field, even for concentrations much lower than the space charge limit This effect can result in a significant increase of the switching time of the display.

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Beunis, Filip, Filip Strubbe, Kristiaan Neyts, Tom Bert, Herbert De Smet, Alwin Verschueren, and Luc Schlangen. 2005. “Electric Field Compensation in Electrophoretic Ink Displays.” In PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE - EURODISPLAY 2005, 344–345. Playa del Rey, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Beunis, F., Strubbe, F., Neyts, K., Bert, T., De Smet, H., Verschueren, A., & Schlangen, L. (2005). Electric field compensation in electrophoretic ink displays. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE - EURODISPLAY 2005 (pp. 344–345). Presented at the 25th International Display Research Conference, Playa del Rey, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Beunis F, Strubbe F, Neyts K, Bert T, De Smet H, Verschueren A, et al. Electric field compensation in electrophoretic ink displays. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE - EURODISPLAY 2005. Playa del Rey, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID); 2005. p. 344–5.
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Beunis, Filip, Filip Strubbe, Kristiaan Neyts, et al. “Electric Field Compensation in Electrophoretic Ink Displays.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE - EURODISPLAY 2005. Playa del Rey, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID), 2005. 344–345. Print.
@inproceedings{331775,
  abstract     = {Transient currents in electrophoretic ink displays are a result of the movement of charged particles when an electric field is applied. These charges have an influence on the electric field, even for concentrations much lower than the space charge limit This effect can result in a significant increase of the switching time of the display.},
  author       = {Beunis, Filip and Strubbe, Filip and Neyts, Kristiaan and Bert, Tom and De Smet, Herbert and Verschueren, Alwin and Schlangen, Luc},
  booktitle    = {PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE - EURODISPLAY 2005},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Edinburgh, Scotland, UK},
  pages        = {344--345},
  publisher    = {Society for Information Display (SID)},
  title        = {Electric field compensation in electrophoretic ink displays},
  year         = {2005},
}

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