The Photonic Curing Process for Printed Electronics with Applications to Printed RFID Tags and Thin Film Transistors
Abstract:Photonic curing has been shown to be effective in heating inks and functional films to very high temperatures, in excess of 1000C, on low-temperature substrates such as polymers and paper. This paper reviews the basic principles of the technology and expounds on implications to applications and materials, including cost and performance. Specifically, application with thin film transistors and with radio frequency identification tags are presented. Some of this work has been previously presented by the authors.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2012
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