A room temperature process for forming highly conductive features

Zhiyi Zhang, Ye Tao, Hiroshi Fukutani & Gaozhi Xiao
A process was developed to deposit highly conductive features on plastic films and papers. In this process, a reactive silver ink, which contains a weak reducing agent and is stable at room temperature, is directly cast or printed on a pre-coated substrate at room temperature. The strong reducing agent coated on the substrate instantly reacts with the ink on its surface and cause the rapid silver deposition locally. As the heat generated from the reaction...
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