Title All-printed capacitors with continuous solution dispensing technology
Date 12.06.2017
Number 52653
Abstract Printed electronics have been introduced into commercial markets in the past several decades. Various printing technologies emerged aiming to process printed electronic devices with low cost, environmental friendliness, and compatibility with large areas and flexible substrates. The aim of this study is to propose a continuous solution dispensing technology for processing all-printed thin-film capacitors on glass substrates using a leading-edge printing instrument. Among all printing technologies, this study provides concrete proofs of the following outstanding advantages of this technology: high tolerance to inks, high throughput, low cost, and precise pattern transfers. Ag nanoparticle ink based on glycol ethers was used to print electrodes. To obtain dielectric ink, a copolymer powder of poly(methyl methacrylate-co-benzoylphenyl methacrylate) containing crosslinkable side groups was dissolved in anisole. Various layouts were designed to support multiple electronic applications. Scanning electron microscopy and atomic force microscopy were used to investigate all-printed capacitor layers formed using the proposed process. Additionally, the printed capacitors were electrically characterized under direct current and alternating current. The measured electrical properties of the printed capacitors were consistent with theoretical results.
Publisher Semiconductor Science and Technology
Identifier 0
Citation Semiconductor Science and Technology 32 (2017) ID095012
Authors Ge, Y. ; Plötner, M. ; Berndt, A. ; Kumar, A. ; Voit, B. ; Pospiech, D. ; Fischer, W. J.
Tags printed electronics continuous solution dispensing technology pen printing all-printed capacitors polymer dielectric light-emitting devices fabrication substrate

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