Papers by Author: Lu Hai Li

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Authors: Peng Du, Lu Hai Li, Bing Ding, Xiao Jun Tang, Zhi Qing Xin, Wen Zhao, Ping Xiu Ni
Abstract: Because of clear image, bright color, high saturation of the color printing on coated paper, the ink-jet printing on coated paper catches more and more people’s eyes. In order to solve the problem of the ink-jet ink (cyan, magenta, yellow and black) on coated paper already developed out, whose yellow ink slants red and gloomy, different dyes are used to produce ink-jet ink. The inks were printed on the R-230 ink-jet printer on matt coated paper. The chromatic aberration is obtained on the basis of the colorimetric values in the ISO 12647-2:1996 eqv GB/T 17934.2-1999. It is found that the aberration of the Y79 is lower and its saturation is higher. The ink is filtered with 0.20 μm filter membrane and it can be used on ink-jet printing. The ink was used to print on the coated paper together with the previous cyan, magenta and black ink already developed out. The colorimetric values were measured and chromatic aberration and saturation is computed. The Color gamut graph of original inks and improved inks combination are made and compared to the standard of the ISO 12647-2:1996. It is found that the problems of hue unjust and gloomy color are improved compared to the previous four colors together. The cyan and magenta still stay away from perfect and it should be improved in future.
Authors: Jian Dong Lu, Lu Hai Li, Gai Mei Zhang
Abstract: The interaction between vibration and friction exists widely in the mechanical system. In order to research the effect of the vibration amplitude on the contact point friction in the mechanical system, a new apparatus is developed independently to measure the point contact friction influenced by the changing amplitude. The data acquired through the apparatus show that the friction at the contact point decreases with increasing of the amplitude. In terms of theoretical analysis in this paper, the increasing of the amplitude actually reduces the contact area at the point. In addition, the friction at the contact point is proportional to the contact area. So, the friction decreases with the decreasing contact area caused by the increasing amplitude.
Authors: Lu Hai Li, Yi Fang, Zhi Qing Xin, Xiao Jun Tang, Peng Du, Wen Zhao
Abstract: The manufacture of display device is a complex technology. To reach the flexible display like E-paper, many manufacture process such as driving electrode circuit and transistor must be combined with printing technology. From the information reported, the application of gravure prints technology in organic electronics; off-set printing in EMI film and screen technology in circuit are summarized. The study was more about ink jet print technology. It was described that ink jet was used in OLED (Organic light-emitting diode), OTFT (organic thin film transistor), polymer solar cell/ Flexible organic photovoltaic cell and so on. An OE-A (organic electronics application) roadmap for the charge carrier mobility of semiconductors for organic electronics applications was given. To achieve the printed circuit, the nano silver conductive ink was applied and the ink jet circuit surface was tested by microscopy, the conductive and flexible silver film was with many advantages than screen circuit. It was concluded that the printing electronic will play important roll in the display development.
Authors: Wen Zhao, Lu Hai Li, Xu Wei Hu, Li Xin Mo
Abstract: This paper provides a novel post treatment method to achieve high conductivity of nano-size silver coatings. Based on the preparation of nano-size conductive ink and conductive circuit, the printed sample and the coated conductive film were treated by series concentrations of silver nitrate solution and hydrazine hydrate solution in this order. The samples were dipped in 1%~20% solutions of silver nitrate and hydrazine hydrate successively, to form the new conductive layer of Ag particles only. It was investigated that the relationship between the thickness of printed and coated layers on photo paper and final conductivity after dipped in two kinds of solutions in turn, which were printed from one to three times and coated by screw (6#). Atomic force microscopy (AFM) was used to characterize the morphologies of as printed and coated samples. The surface sheet resistance of sample was tested by four-probe tester. It was found that when the coated silver conductive ink samples were dipped in 2% silver nitrate solutions and 2% hydrazine hydrate solution at room temperature, the conductivity reaches 0.82Ω/□. The samples with thicker conductive film before dipping need solutions at lower concentration to get high conductivity. The roughness of samples after treatment falls down, as the concentrate of dipping solutions rising. It is therefore considered that the “dip in” method provides an efficient alternative to improve the conductivity of samples.
Authors: Wen Zhao, Lu Hai Li, Zhi Qing Xin, Luo Bu Danzeng
Abstract: To achieve a satisfied conductivity of nano-size silver printed circuit, post deal with nano-size silver conductive film was investigated. Based on the preparation of nano-size conductive ink and conductive circuit, the coated conductive film was treated by series concentrations of hydrochloride solutions, and then scanned by laser beam. The influence of resolutions concentration and dipping time were investigated separately. Atomic force microscopy (AFM), fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and four-probe tester, were applied to characterize the different tested samples. It was found that when the coated silver conductive ink samples were dipped in 20% hydrochloride for 60min, 15°C before laser scanning, the conductivity reaches 0.3Ω/□. It is therefore considered that the “dip in” method provide an efficient alternative to improve the conductivity which from nano-size silver ink.
Authors: Lu Hai Li, Yi Fang, Shu Nan Qiao
Abstract: The pigment electrophoresis dispersion has been the widely used system. It is, however, worth of attention if molecular dye, instead of pigment, can be used in the display of electronic paper. By carefully selecting the structure of dyes, especially the metal complex dyes, and studying the properties of the prototype display. It was found there are about 15 dyes electrophoresis and some dyes display well. The dyes ink with good stability during electrophoresis when the electrode was protected, while the response time is about 300 ms, and the concentration is an important factor on the display optic density. The displaying principle of dye ink was studied too.
Authors: Li Xin Mo, Lu Hai Li, Ya Ling Li, Zhong Xiao Li, Ming Wang
Abstract: To prepare the nano-scale silver carboxylate emulsions and investigate their applications in the preparation of nano-scale silver films, the silver citrate emulsion was synthesized through the reaction of silver nitrate with sodium citrate in the presence of polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) as a surface modification agent in water. The emulsion was coated onto the surface of the PET substrate to form a thin latex layer of silver citrate. And this was followed by drying at about 100 °C. Then, the silver citrate thin film was deoxidized by aqueous ascorbic acid. Finally, a translucent silver thin film was formed on the surface of the PET substrate. Properties of the silver citrate emulsion and the silver film on the PET were characterized by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), laser particle size analysis, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), thermogravimetry(TG) ,UV-visible absorption spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy(AFM) and digital multimeter analysis. It was found that the silver citrate particle surface-modified by PVP has a nano-rod structure and homogeneous size distribution. The nano-rod was about 20 nm in diameter and 200 nm in length. For the UV-visible absorption spectrum of the thin film exhibited an absorption peak at 430 nm, the silver thin film prepared on the surface of the PET substrate was a typical nano-scale sliver film. Measurements of the sliver thin film at room temperature indicated that the silver film was electrically conductive, and the surface resistance was 2.42 k5/cm.
Authors: Xu Wei Hu, Lu Hai Li, Sheng Min Zhao, Peng Du, Wen Zhao, Xian Leng, Zhan Kun Zhang
Abstract: Water-based polyurethane forms continuous and dense film after fully drying. Ink is lowly absorbed by PU film, affecting drying rate and color reproduction. In order to improve the absorption of ink on PU film, PU/nano alumina compound was prepared by adding nano alumina in PU and stirring at high speed. PU ink absorption coating was got by being coated on the substrate. The influences of different content of nano alumina to transmittance of coating and solid density of color blocks were researched. The influences of soft and hard segment of PU to image resolution and water resistance were also researched. It can be seen that transmittance reduces when content of nano alumina increases. Droplets spread less when using PU of hard segment and image resolution and solid density are also higher. At the same time, water resistance of solid blocks is much better when printed on PU of hard segment.
Authors: Lu Hai Li, Zhi Qing Xin, Wen Zhao, Xiao Jun Tang, Peng Du, Xu Wei Hu, Xian Leng
Abstract: In order to acquire conductive film with high transparency, conductive polymer PEDT: PSS was mixed with some polar dopants and some surfactants. The coating fluid was acquired and coated on the PET film with different coating rods, and conductive film was gotten after drying at some temperature. The conductive mechanism of polymer after doping was introduced. Furthermore, the influenced factors of conductivity were discussed, including different dopants and surfactants as well as dried temperature. It was concluded that DMSO and EG were the best dopants, that surfactants including fluoride or silicon were suited for high conductivity. The sheet resistance of conductive film can be less than 300 Ω/□ when dried at 130 oC, at the same time the transparency at 550 nm is more than 83%. After measuring with AFM, the surface of film was sharp and the surface roughness is 7nm.
Authors: Peng Du, Lu Hai Li, Wen Zhao, Xian Leng, Xu Wei Hu
Abstract: In order to evaluate the practical application effect of the self-made water-based coated paper inkjet ink and to study the influence factors, their printing performance and the influence of the printed material for printing performance is studied. The drying time of coated paper ink and ordinary water-based inkjet ink are measured and compared. Drying process of ink droplet is recorded by video contact angle tester. It is found that the drying rate of the coated paper ink is higher than the ordinary ink and the diffusion of the ordinary ink is severe. The coated paper ink and ordinary ink are printed, and it is found that the former can get better image detail and color reproduction for the picture of human’s face and inanimate object. The coated paper ink can also obtain a better reproduction of tone levels. Coated paper inkjet ink is printed on different coated papers, and the color densities are measured through red, green and blue color filter. The color strength and hue error are obtained to evaluate the color characteristics on different papers. It is concluded that the coated paper inkjet ink can obtain better color on the Henglian gloss coated paper, Sunbrite gloss coated paper and SPCO matt coated paper.
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