• Silver offers advantages in electronic devices because of its conductive and other properties. But the process for using it has required high heat and organic stablizers, followed by post-heating treatments that are required to achieve a highly conductive path.
  • OSU scientists have solved that problem by using a microreactor to create silver nanoparticles at room temperature without any protective coating, and then immediately printing them onto almost any substrate, with a continuous flow process.
  • Because we could now use different substrates such as plastics, glass, or even paper, these electronics could be flexible, very inexpensive and stable.

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