A Miniaturized Nickel Oxide Thermistor via Aerosol Jet Technology
AbstractIn this study, a miniaturized thermistor sensor was produced using the Aerosol Jet printing process for temperature sensing applications. A nickel oxide nanoparticle ink with a large temperature coefficient of resistance was fabricated. The thermistor was printed with a circular NiO thin film in between the two parallel silver conductive tracks on a cutting tool insert. The printed thermistor, which has an adjustable dimension with a submillimeter scale, operates over a range of 30–250 °C sensitively (B value of ~4310 K) without hysteretic effects. Moreover, the thermistor may be printed on a 3D surface through the Aerosol Jet printing process, which has increased capability for wide temperature-sensing applications. View Full-Text
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Wang, C.; Hong, G.-Y.; Li, K.-M.; Young, H.-T. A Miniaturized Nickel Oxide Thermistor via Aerosol Jet Technology. Sensors 2017, 17, 2602.
Wang C, Hong G-Y, Li K-M, Young H-T. A Miniaturized Nickel Oxide Thermistor via Aerosol Jet Technology. Sensors. 2017; 17(11):2602.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Chia; Hong, Guan-Yi; Li, Kuan-Ming; Young, Hong-Tsu. 2017. "A Miniaturized Nickel Oxide Thermistor via Aerosol Jet Technology." Sensors 17, no. 11: 2602.
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