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Title: Adaptation of Silver-based Screen Pastes to Achieve Stretchable, Conductive Patterns
Authors: Nagels, Steven
Lens, Thomas
Vandevenne, Glen
Stryckers, Jeroen
Deferme, Wim
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Engineering of Functional Interfaces (EnFI 2015), Hannover, Germany, 05-07/07/2015
Abstract: Printed electronics on thin substrates are limited by fatigue induced defects resulting from stretching and bending. Within this project the influence of adding elastomers to standard silver screen pastes is investigated. Optimizations on both the elastomer-to-screen paste ratio as well as the curing procedure were performed along with stretch tests. The obtained results will be used in future work on the stretching and bending properties of light-emitting devices and sensors.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/25050
Category: C2
Type: Conference Material
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