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Impression et recuit de nanoparticules métalliques pour l’électronique imprimée

Abstract : The recent progress in functionalized inks based on metal nanoparticles and their subsequent deposition by inkjet-printing technologies promoted the emergence of printed electronics. Such printed structures can be treated by selective sintering techniques that enable the sintering of 20 nm-nanoparticles at process temperatures compatible with flexible plastic substrates. This article discusses the various aspects related to the production of metal tracks on flexible substrates, from the deposition using direct printing technologies, to the relationship between microstructural characteristics and electrical properties of such structures for the fabrication of devices such as antennas, interconnects or electrodes.
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Romain Cauchois, Mohamed Saadaoui, Karim Inal. Impression et recuit de nanoparticules métalliques pour l’électronique imprimée . Techniques de l'Ingénieur, Référence RE 222lab et Doc. RE 222, Editions T.I., 27 + 5 p., 2014. ⟨hal-01107859⟩



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