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Silver Nanoparticle Ink from Merck

Printed electronics involves the production of ultra-thin, lightweight, flexible, large-area electronics using printing technology. It directly integrates electronic components into the printing process.

Examples encompass thin-film transistors (TFTs), organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), various sensors, flexible display technologies, solar cells, energy harvesting devices, radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags, batteries, and other energy storage materials.

The field of printed electronics is expanding quickly, with potential applications in consumer electronics, healthcare, smart buildings, smart packaging, automotive, and Internet of Things (IoTs) domains.

Silver is a good conductor and oxidation-resistant metal. It is found in printed conductors and printable inks (which contain silver nanoparticles). Nanosilver is utilized as an antimicrobial material in air and water purification filters, textiles, and wound care. Other large-scale applications of nanosilver include solar cell metallization, thin-film electronics, sensors, and catalysts.


  • The ink is suitable for digital printing, such as Inkjet and Aerosol systems
  • Photovoltaic Cells
  • Printed Electronics: FPD; RFID; PCB
  • Decoration


Source: Merck

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Silver nanoparticle ink 50 wt. %, dispersion in tripropylene glycol mono methyl ether
Silver nanoparticle ink 30 wt % dispersion in ethylene glycol

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