Omnidirectional printing of flexible, stretchable, and spanning silver microelectrodes.

@article{Ahn2009OmnidirectionalPO,
  title={Omnidirectional printing of flexible, stretchable, and spanning silver microelectrodes.},
  author={Bok Yeop Ahn and Eric B. Duoss and Michael J. Motala and Xiaoying Guo and Sangil Park and Yujie Xiong and Jongseung Yoon and Ralph G. Nuzzo and John A. V. Rogers and Jennifer A Lewis},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={323 5921},
  pages={1590-3}
}
Flexible, stretchable, and spanning microelectrodes that carry signals from one circuit element to another are needed for many emerging forms of electronic and optoelectronic devices. We have patterned silver microelectrodes by omnidirectional printing of concentrated nanoparticle inks in both uniform and high-aspect ratio motifs with minimum widths of approximately 2 micrometers onto semiconductor, plastic, and glass substrates. The patterned microelectrodes can withstand repeated bending and… CONTINUE READING
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