Patterning of Nanoparticle-Based Aerogels and Xerogels by Inkjet Printing.

@article{Lbkemann2019PatterningON,
  title={Patterning of Nanoparticle-Based Aerogels and Xerogels by Inkjet Printing.},
  author={Franziska L{\"u}bkemann and J. F. Miethe and F. Steinbach and Pascal Rusch and A. Schlosser and D. Z{\'a}mb{\'o} and Thea Heinemeyer and D. Natke and D. Zok and D. Dorfs and N. Bigall},
  journal={Small},
  year={2019},
  pages={
          e1902186
        }
}
Nanoparticle-based voluminous 3D networks with low densities are a unique class of materials and are commonly known as aerogels. Due to the high surface-to-volume ratio, aerogels and xerogels might be suitable materials for applications in different fields, e.g. photocatalysis, catalysis, or sensing. One major difficulty in the handling of nanoparticle-based aerogels and xerogels is the defined patterning of these structures on different substrates and surfaces. The automated manufacturing of… Expand
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