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Transparent conducting film fabricated by metal mesh method with Ag and cu@ag mixture nanoparticle pastes

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Transparent conducting film fabricated by metal mesh method with Ag and cu@ag mixture nanoparticle pastes
Author
Nam, Hyun MinSeo, Duck MinYun, Hyung DukThangavel, GurunathanPark, Lee SoonNam, Su Yong
Keywords
synthesis of core– shell metal nanoparticles; Cu@Ag composite nanoparticle; metal mesh; screen printing; touch screen panel
Issue Date
201705
Publisher
MDPI AG
Citation
METALS, v.7, no.5, pp.176 -
Abstract
Transparent conducting electrode film is highly desirable for application in touch screen panels (TSPs), flexible and wearable displays, sensors, and actuators. A sputtered film of indium tin oxide (ITO) shows high transmittance (90%) at low sheet resistance (50 Ω/cm2). However, ITO films lack mechanical flexibility, especially under bending stress, and have limitation in application to large-area TSPs (over 15 inches) due to the trade-off in high transmittance and low sheet resistance properties. One promising solution is to use metal mesh-type transparent conducting film, especially for touch panel application. In this work, we investigated such inter-related issues as UV imprinting process to make a trench layer pattern, the synthesis of core-shell-type Ag and Cu@Ag composite nanoparticles and their paste formulation, the filling of Ag and Cu@Ag mixture nanoparticle paste to the trench layer, and touch panel fabrication processes.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/met7050176
ISSN
2075-4701
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