Development of conductive carbon coated copper nanoparticle inkjet fluid

Kim Eiroma, Ari Auvinen, Johanna Forsman, Eva-Lena Hult Mori, Jorma Jokiniemi, Pirjo Koskela, Juha Sarlin, Thea Sipiläinen-Malm, Unto Tapper

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Abstract

An aqueous inkjettable conductive fluid based on carbon coated copper nanoparticles has been developed. The fluid can be handled in atmospheric conditions and processed at low temperature (105°C) with no thermal annealing. A layer conductivity exceeding 600 S/cm has been demonstrated. The panicles were produced in a continuous flow reactor from copper chloride powder by hydrogen reduction at high temperature (950°C). Results indicate that conductivity is enhanced through the formation of carbon nanotubes by addition of ethene and water to the reaction flow. The type and concentration of dispersing additive and co-solvents had a significant impact on dispersion stability and electrical conductivity of the deposited layer. Applicability of the fluid for direct patterning of coatings for e.g. antistatic purposes was demonstrated by inkjet printing of a conductor electrode pattern
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Digital Printing Technologies
PublisherThe Society for Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T
Pages458-461
ISBN (Print)978-089208296-4
Publication statusPublished - 2011
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event27th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, NIP27 and 7th International Conference on Digital Fabrication 2011 - Minneapolis, United States
Duration: 2 Oct 20116 Oct 2011
Conference number: 27

Conference

Conference27th International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies, NIP27 and 7th International Conference on Digital Fabrication 2011
Abbreviated titleNIP 27
CountryUnited States
CityMinneapolis
Period2/10/116/10/11

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Carbon
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Printing
Chlorides
Hydrogen
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Electrodes
Water
Hot Temperature
Electric Conductivity
ethylene

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Eiroma, K., Auvinen, A., Forsman, J., Hult Mori, E-L., Jokiniemi, J., Koskela, P., ... Tapper, U. (2011). Development of conductive carbon coated copper nanoparticle inkjet fluid. In International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies (pp. 458-461). The Society for Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T.
Eiroma, Kim ; Auvinen, Ari ; Forsman, Johanna ; Hult Mori, Eva-Lena ; Jokiniemi, Jorma ; Koskela, Pirjo ; Sarlin, Juha ; Sipiläinen-Malm, Thea ; Tapper, Unto. / Development of conductive carbon coated copper nanoparticle inkjet fluid. International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T, 2011. pp. 458-461
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Development of conductive carbon coated copper nanoparticle inkjet fluid. / Eiroma, Kim; Auvinen, Ari; Forsman, Johanna; Hult Mori, Eva-Lena; Jokiniemi, Jorma; Koskela, Pirjo; Sarlin, Juha; Sipiläinen-Malm, Thea; Tapper, Unto.

International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T, 2011. p. 458-461.

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Eiroma K, Auvinen A, Forsman J, Hult Mori E-L, Jokiniemi J, Koskela P et al. Development of conductive carbon coated copper nanoparticle inkjet fluid. In International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies. The Society for Imaging Science and Technology, IS&T. 2011. p. 458-461