Autors: Nikolova, B. M., Nikolov, G. T., Gieva, E. E., Ruskova, I. N.
Title: Functional Inks for Inkjet Printed Sensors
Keywords: Carbon nanotubes; Flexible sensors; Functional inks; Inkjet printing technology; Nanoparticles

Abstract: Recently inkjet printing is emerging as an inviting technology for variety of scientific applications due to its low-cost and simplicity. Outstanding characteristics of inks based on nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes has made this technology a good choice for various electronic applications such as sensors, transparent electrodes and flexible electronics. The incorporation of metallic, organic and oxide nanoparticles and carbon nanotubes into functional inks must be used in order to obtain sensibility to different physical quantities. The present paper focuses on the systematization of commercial and custom-made inks recently developed for desktop inkjet printers.


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, 2018, Bulgaria,

Цитирания (Citation/s):
1. Boumegnane A., Nadi A., Cochrane C., (...), Cherkaoui O., Tahiri M., Formulation of conductive inks printable on textiles for electronic applications: a review, 2022, Textile Progress, 54(2), pp. 103-200 - 2022 - в издания, индексирани в Scopus или Web of Science

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