Printing gold nanoparticles with an electrohydrodynamic direct-write device.
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A dispersion containing 15nm gold particles in ethanol was subjected to electrohydrodynamic atomization, producing droplets with an average size of similar to 26 mu m as measured by laser diffraction. An electrohydrodynamic direct-write device was used to deposit the dispersion onto silicon wafers with the intention of printing gold tracks. Immediately after deposition ethanol evaporated, leaving the gold particles organised in a similar to 75 mu m wide central region surrounded by two regions, each similar to 50 mu m wide, at the edge of which two further gold tracks, each similar to 7 mu m existed.
|Title:||Printing gold nanoparticles with an electrohydrodynamic direct-write device|
|Open access status:||An open access publication|
|Keywords:||nanoparticles, nano-suspensions, printing, direct writing, patterning, electrohydrodynamic, atomization, ELECTROSTATIC ATOMIZATION, CONDUCTIVE TRACKS, INK, DEPOSITION, SUSPENSION, FABRICATION, COPPER, FILMS, ELECTRONICS, SYSTEMS|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Mechanical Engineering
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