Digital printing of SERS active texture via inkjet technology
Abstract:In this paper we propose a new method for printing of noble metals colloids by digital inkjet printing to archive SERS active pattern. Without any extensive preparation digital printing technology allows an easy way to create freeform SERS active pattern on a wide variety of substrate. Thereby the pattern can easily adopt on the samples or analyzing problem and provide the roughness necessary using the SERS effect.
Using two different piezo-driven inkjet printer (EPSON R230 and Dimatix DMP) and 3 different type of metal inks the study shows the potential of the method to be adopt on a wide variety of analyzing problems.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-01-01
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