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Properties and Application Perspective of Hybrid Titania-silica Patterns Fabricated by Inkjet Printing

DZIK, P. VESELÝ, M. KETE, M. PAVLICA, E. LAVRENČIČ-ŠTANGAR, U. NEUMANN-SPALLART, M.

Originální název

Properties and Application Perspective of Hybrid Titania-silica Patterns Fabricated by Inkjet Printing

Anglický název

Properties and Application Perspective of Hybrid Titania-silica Patterns Fabricated by Inkjet Printing

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A hybrid titania-silica cold-setting sol has been developed that can be deposited onto a wide variety of surfaces without the need for high-temperature fixing and that is suitable for material printing deposition. Thin hybrid titania-silica coatings were patterned onto glass and PET substrates by inkjet printing. Well-defined hybrid titania-silica patterns, with thicknesses ranging from 40 to 400 nm, were fabricated by overprinting 1 to 10 layers. Excellent mechanical, optical, and photocatalytic properties were observed, making the reported material well suited for the fabrication of transparent self-cleaning coatings both on mineral and organic substrates. The printed patterns exhibit photoelectrochemical activity that can be further improved by thermal or photonic curing. A concept of fully printed interdigitated photoelectrochemical cells on flexible PET substrates utilizing the reported hybrid photocatalyst is disclosed as well.

Anglický abstrakt

A hybrid titania-silica cold-setting sol has been developed that can be deposited onto a wide variety of surfaces without the need for high-temperature fixing and that is suitable for material printing deposition. Thin hybrid titania-silica coatings were patterned onto glass and PET substrates by inkjet printing. Well-defined hybrid titania-silica patterns, with thicknesses ranging from 40 to 400 nm, were fabricated by overprinting 1 to 10 layers. Excellent mechanical, optical, and photocatalytic properties were observed, making the reported material well suited for the fabrication of transparent self-cleaning coatings both on mineral and organic substrates. The printed patterns exhibit photoelectrochemical activity that can be further improved by thermal or photonic curing. A concept of fully printed interdigitated photoelectrochemical cells on flexible PET substrates utilizing the reported hybrid photocatalyst is disclosed as well.

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@article{BUT115349,
  author="Petr {Dzik} and Michal {Veselý} and Marko {Kete} and Egon {Pavlica} and Urška {Lavrenčič-Štangar} and Michael {Neumann-Spallart}",
  title="Properties and Application Perspective of Hybrid Titania-silica Patterns Fabricated by Inkjet Printing",
  annote="A hybrid titania-silica cold-setting sol has been developed that can be deposited onto a wide variety of surfaces without the need for high-temperature fixing and that is suitable for material printing deposition. Thin hybrid titania-silica coatings were patterned onto glass and PET substrates by inkjet printing. Well-defined hybrid titania-silica patterns, with thicknesses ranging from 40 to 400 nm, were fabricated by overprinting 1 to 10 layers. Excellent mechanical, optical, and photocatalytic properties were observed, making the reported material well suited for the fabrication of transparent self-cleaning coatings both on mineral and organic substrates. The printed patterns exhibit photoelectrochemical activity that can be further improved by thermal or photonic curing. A concept of fully printed interdigitated photoelectrochemical cells on flexible PET substrates utilizing the reported hybrid photocatalyst is disclosed as well.",
  address="ACS Publications",
  chapter="115349",
  doi="10.1021/acsami.5b03494",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="ACS Publications",
  number="7",
  volume="30",
  year="2015",
  month="july",
  pages="1--15",
  publisher="ACS Publications",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}