Divineguma Act Sinhala 14.pdf
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1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a semiconductor device provided with a plurality of electrodes each composed of a metal and to a method of producing the same.
2. Description of the Related Art
Recently, a lot of attention is paid to the development of a semiconductor device having a plurality of electrodes formed on a substrate surface, such as a power semiconductor device, a solar battery, or a flexible display.
FIG. 9 shows an example of a typical structure of a flexible display device for use as a wearable display.
A flexible display device 100 includes a pair of electrodes 101 and 102 which face each other on a substrate 105, an insulating layer 103, which is formed on the electrode 101 or 102 and insulates the electrode 101 or 102 from the electrode 102 or 101, and an organic layer 104 which is formed on the electrodes 101 and 102.
In this case, when the substrate 105 is bent, a crack may be formed in the organic layer 104 in contact with the substrate 105. In order to avoid formation of the crack, it is conceivable to use a material which does not crack even when the substrate is bent.
It is however difficult to select a material, which does not crack even when the substrate is bent, and is also an expensive material. Thus, a material is required to be developed which does not crack even when the substrate is bent and also has a lower material cost.
In order to solve the above-described problem, for example, Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2005-132937 suggests an electrode substrate provided with an insulating layer on a substrate and an insulating layer formed on an electrode and having a lower material cost and a higher bending property than those of the insulating layer formed on the substrate.
However, since an electrode substrate disclosed in Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2005-132937 is provided with an insulating layer composed of a resin and has a complicated structure, it has been difficult to produce this electrode substrate at a low cost