Silver Nanoparticles

Silver nanoparticles are nanoparticles of silver, i.e. silver particles of between 1 nm and 100 nm in size. While frequently described as being 'silver' some are composed of a large percentage of silver oxide due to their large ratio of surface-to-bulk silver atoms.
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  • Can Conductive Ink Save Print?

    … is still used sparsely, and remains far from mainstream adoption. As W. Wayt Gibbs writes in IEEE Spectrum, “Conductive inks made from silver nanoparticles have been available for some time; recently, a group at Georgia Tech demonstrated a way to use them in inkjet printers to create custom circuits. But they are quite pricey, and I’m not keen…

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