Searched for: subject:"Silver%5C+nanoparticles"
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Miksys, J. (author), Arutinov, G. (author), Römer, G.R.B.E. (author)
Silver nanoparticle inks are among the key functional materials used in printed electronics. Depositing it by laser-induced forward transfer remains a challenging task because the non-linear rheological nature of these inks narrows the range of the laser processing parameters. Understanding, therefore, the influence of the laser parameters on...
article 2019
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Wimmer, A. (author), Ritsema, R. (author), Schuster, M. (author), Krystek, P.W. (author)
Detection and quantification of trace elements in aqueous samples is crucial in terms of environmental monitoring and risk assessment for (heavy) metals in the environment. Silver (Ag) in its nanoparticulate form is commonly used as antimicrobial additive in consumer products and pharmaceuticals. Since released dissolved Ag species act as the...
article 2019
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Gallocchio, F. (author), Biancotto, G. (author), Cibin, V. (author), Losasso, C. (author), Belluco, S. (author), Peters, R. (author), van Bemmel, G. (author), Cascio, C. (author), Weigel, S. (author), Tromp, P. (author), Gobbo, F. (author), Catania, S. (author), Ricci, A. (author)
Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are of interest due to their antimicrobial activity and are seen as potential candidates to replace antibiotics in animal husbandry. A few studies have focused on this new application, but they lack any considerations about residual accumulation of AgNPs in edible animal tissues and animal products. In this research,...
article 2017
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Matsuhisa, N. (author), Inoue, D. (author), Zalar, P. (author), Jin, H. (author), Matsuba, Y. (author), Itoh, A. (author), Yokota, T. (author), Hashizume, D. (author), Someya, T. (author)
Printable elastic conductors promise large-area stretchable sensor/actuator networks for healthcare, wearables and robotics. Elastomers with metal nanoparticles are one of the best approaches to achieve high performance, but large-area utilization is limited by difficulties in their processability. Here we report a printable elastic conductor...
article 2017
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Teunissen, J.P. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Hendriks, R. (author), Groen, P. (author)
The necessary metal-based inks typically consist of silver nanoparticles dispersed in a liquid carrier medium. In order to keep the ink stable and printable, the agglomeration and sedimentation of these functional components need to be prevented as long as they are not printed onto a substrate. This is typically done by the addition of organic ...
bookPart 2017
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Sanchez-Romaguera, V. (author), Wünscher, S. (author), Turki, B.M. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Barbosa, S. (author), Tate, D.J. (author), Oyeka, D. (author), Batchelor, J.C. (author), Parker, E.A. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Yeates, S.G. (author)
article 2015
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Sanchez-Romaguera, V. (author), Wünscher, S. (author), Turki, B.M. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Barbosa, S. (author), Tate, D.J. (author), Oyeka, D. (author), Batchelor, J.C. (author), Parker, E.A. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author), Yeates, S.G. (author)
Inkjet printing of functional frequency selective surfaces (FSS) and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on commercial paper substrates using silver nanoparticle inks sintered using low temperature thermal, plasma and photonic techniques is reported. Printed and sintered FSS devices demonstrate performances which achieve wireless...
article 2015
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Perelaer, J. (author), Abbel, R.J. (author), Wünscher, S. (author), Jani, R. (author), van Lammeren, T. (author), Schubert, U.S. (author)
A combination of photonic and microwave flash exposure is used to sinter inkjet printed silver nanoparticles. This approach leads to conductive features on polymer substrates in short times that are compatible with roll-to-roll production. The sequential process of sintering the as-printed features revealed a final conductivity of 40% of bulk...
article 2012
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Kochan, J. (author), Scheidle, M. (author), van Erkel, J. (author), Bikel, M. (author), Büchs, J. (author), Wong, J.E. (author), Melin, T. (author), Wessling, M. (author)
Membranes with antibacterial properties were developed using surface modification of polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membranes. Three different modification strategies using polyelectrolyte layer-by-layer (LbL) technique are described. The first strategy relying on the intrinsic antibacterial properties of poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride)...
article 2012
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