Synthesis and Inkjet Printing of SnO2 Ink on a Flexible Substrate for Gas Sensor Application†
AbstractSol based SnO2 precursor was synthetized by aqueous sol-gel route, then transformed into a stable ink with appropriate viscosity and surface tension to be inkjet printed and sintered at relatively moderate temperature. Plastic foil with thickness of 50 μm was selected as substrate for its high thermal resistance and stability (Upilex-50S). Prepared sol and formulated ink were both characterized by analytical techniques; electrical measurements were performed on the printed sensing film to characterize the response to CO gas in different concentrations, at working temperature of 300 °C.
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Kassem, O.; Saadaoui, M.; Rieu, M.; Viricelle, J.-P. Synthesis and Inkjet Printing of SnO2 Ink on a Flexible Substrate for Gas Sensor Application. Proceedings 2017, 1, 622.
Kassem O, Saadaoui M, Rieu M, Viricelle J-P. Synthesis and Inkjet Printing of SnO2 Ink on a Flexible Substrate for Gas Sensor Application. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):622.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kassem, Omar; Saadaoui, Mohamed; Rieu, Mathilde; Viricelle, Jean-Paul. 2017. "Synthesis and Inkjet Printing of SnO2 Ink on a Flexible Substrate for Gas Sensor Application." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 622.
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