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On the use of silver nanoparticles for direct micropatterning on polyimide substrates
journal contributionposted on 2013-10-17, 15:34 authored by Jack H.-G. Ng, David E.G. Watson, Joachim Sigwarth, Aongus McCarthy, Kevin A. Prior, Duncan P. Hand, Weixing Yu, Robert Kay, Changqing Liu, Marc P.Y. Desmulliez
This article proposes a direct micropatterning process based on the growth of photoreduced silver nanoparticles onto polyimide substrates. The silver nanoparticles are found to have sufficient catalytic efficiency for subsequent electroless plating. Characterization of the process indicates that UV energy dose and heat treatment have to be traded off against photoand thermal degradation of the polymer substrate. Factors affecting the adhesion of the final electroless metal deposit are also discussed.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
CitationNG, J.H.-G. ... et al, 2012. On the use of silver nanoparticles for direct micropatterning on polyimide substrates. IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, 11 (1), pp.139-147.
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