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Nanomaterials for 2D and 3D Printing

Magdassi, Shlomo / Kamyshny, Alexander (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage April 2017
XVI, Seiten, Hardcover
15 Tabellen
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ISBN: 978-3-527-33819-1
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The first book to paint a complete picture of the challenges of processing functional nanomaterials for printed electronics devices, and additive manufacturing fabrication processes.
Following an introduction to printed electronics, the book focuses on various functional nanomaterials available, including conducting, semi-conducting, dielectric, polymeric, ceramic and tailored nanomaterials. Subsequent sections cover the preparation and characterization of such materials along with their formulation and preparation as inkjet inks, as well as a selection of applications. These include printed interconnects, passive and active modules, as well as such high-tech devices as solar cells, transparent electrodes, displays, touch screens, sensors, RFID tags and 3D objects. The book concludes with a look at the future for printed nanomaterials.
For all those working in the field of printed electronics, from entrants to specialized researchers, in a number of disciplines ranging from chemistry and materials science to engineering and manufacturing, in both academia and industry.

INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL BACKGROUND
Status of Printed Electronics
2D and 3D Printing Technologies
NANOMATERIALS FOR PRINTING
Conducting Nanomaterials
Semiconducting Nanomaterials
Dielectric Nanomaterials
Polymeric Nanomaterials
Ceramic Nanomaterials
Functionalized Nanomaterials
NANOMATERIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR PRINTING
Ink Chemistry
Formulations
Preparation Methodologies
CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOMATERIALS FOR PRINTING
Material Science Characterization
Nanoparticle Monitoring
Calibration and Qualification in Industrial Environment
APPLICATIONS OF NANOMATERIALS FOR PRINTING
Printing Passive and Active Modules
Printed Interconnects
Solar Cells
Transparent Electrodes Displays
Touch Screens
Sensors
RFID tags
COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGIES TO PRINTING
Electroless Process on Printed Conductors
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS, OUTLOOK
Shlomo Magdassi is a professor of applied chemistry at the Casali Center for Applied Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
His research focuses on formation, formulation and applications of micro and nanoparticles. These particles are used in delivery systems such as in cosmetics and pharmaceutics, and in inks, such as glass inks, conductive inks, 3D and 4D printing.
Prof. Magdassi has authored more than 200 publications, 25 book chapters and he is the scientific editor of 4 books. In addition to his scientific publications, he also has over 60 inventions on applications of colloids in industrial products, which led to some industrial activities such as worldwide sales and establishing new companies.

Alexander Kamyshny is a senior researcher of applied chemistry at the Casali Center for Applied Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
His research focuses on colloid science, in particular on formation, stabilization and application of nanomaterials, especially metal nanoparticles and their utilization for conductive ink formulations and conductive coatings.
Dr. Kamyshny has authored 80 publications, 9 book chapters and 11 patents. He is a member of editorial board of Scientific Reports and of various international scientific societies. In addition to the fundamental research, he performed a number of industrial R&D projects.

S. Magdassi, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel; A. Kamyshny, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel