Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Conductive Patterns on Glass Slides
Electrohydrodynamic printing of silver ink is demonstrated under an applied pulse voltage. Intermittent cone jets are deposited to form uniform dots with a regular spacing on glass slides while conductive patterns with continual tracks are derived from overlapping dots. After sintering at 250°C for 20 min, the patterns have a lower resistivity of 3.07×10-8 Ω•m such that a practical application is available in microelectronic devices.
X. Wang et al., "Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Conductive Patterns on Glass Slides", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 483, pp. 251-254, 2011