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SPECIALTY LCP COMPOUNDS FOR ELECTRONICS INTEGRATION
Envisioning the future of connected medical devices

ONDrugDelivery Magazine published their June issue with a feature article by our own Celanese experts: Young Kim, Don DeMello, and Phil Wilson.

Titled “Specialty LCP Compounds for Electronics in Connected Medical Devices,” the article examines advances in liquid crystal polymer, how those changes can empower patients to monitor their own health indicators and how Celanese experience with 5G and the Internet of Things can open up new possibilities for medical device design.

Read the full article to understand the unique characteristics of our LCP polymers and learn how to achieve synergistic benefits for your connected medical device development program.

 

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