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Nanomaterials Performance Advantages
Nanomaterials Performance Advantages
Low temperature reactivity, reaction speeds, flexibility and fine pitch considerations dictate that nanomaterials be given serious consideration.
Materials Tech

Materials Tech programs cover topics including:
Adhesives, Chemicals, Cleaning Solutions, Coatings, Components, Design, Embedded Technology, Fasteners, Finishes, Flex Circuits, Flip Chip, Fluxes, PC Fab, Solders, Solder Masks, Solder Paste and more.
Authored By:
Alan Rae
NanoMaterials Innovation Center
Alfred, NY USA


Summary
Nanotechnology is a key enabling technology for printed electronics. Low temperature reactivity, reaction speeds, flexibility and fine pitch considerations dictate that nanomaterials should be given serious consideration in many of the process steps in printed electronics.

Conclusions
Several nanomaterial types are critical to the implementation of scalable printed electronics. Practical materials and solutions are starting to evolve and these will be the key enablers for printed electronics commercialization. Once designers know the capabilities and cost benefits, then applications and the markets for printed devices can develop rapidly.

Initially Published in the IPC Proceedings

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