Room-Temperature Sinterable Copper-Gold Alloy Nanoparticle Inks

This new technology features a new copper-gold (CuAu) alloy nanoparticle ink technology in which the CuAu alloy nanoparticle ink can be printed on a substrate and become electrically conductive at room temperature without the need of any external triggering actions. In comparison with existing room-temperature sinterable Ag nanoink technology or thermally/optically-sinterable Cu nanoink technology, the new CuAu nanoparticles feature not only adjustable compositions, but also can be used for the same applications but with the major advantage of high stability.

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In comparison with existing room-temperature sinterable Ag nanoink technology, the new copper-gold nanoparticle inks can be used for the same applications with a major advantage: high stability, which is a major drawback for Ag nanoinks. This advantage is highly desired for high-performance electronics and device applications.

 

Binghamton University RB508

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