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Thin Layers of TiO2 Prepared by Inkjet Printing

DZIK, P. VESELÝ, M. CHOMOUCKÁ, J.

Originální název

Thin Layers of TiO2 Prepared by Inkjet Printing

Anglický název

Thin Layers of TiO2 Prepared by Inkjet Printing

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en

Originální abstrakt

In this letter, we demonstrate the benefits of using inkjet printing technology for the preparation of TiO2 thin layers. By utilizing the well know sol-gel chemistry used so far for spin- and dip coated layers of TiO2 together with the wide deposition possibilities offered by inkjet printing, we are able pro prepare thin layers of TiO2 in a very effective and clean way with minimum waste. The structure of prepared layers greatly depends on the printing conditions: If the sol ejection rate is faster then solvent evaporation, a smooth compact layer is produced. On the other hand, when the solvent evaporation rate is grater than sol ejection, we obtain highly structured and porous layer.

Anglický abstrakt

In this letter, we demonstrate the benefits of using inkjet printing technology for the preparation of TiO2 thin layers. By utilizing the well know sol-gel chemistry used so far for spin- and dip coated layers of TiO2 together with the wide deposition possibilities offered by inkjet printing, we are able pro prepare thin layers of TiO2 in a very effective and clean way with minimum waste. The structure of prepared layers greatly depends on the printing conditions: If the sol ejection rate is faster then solvent evaporation, a smooth compact layer is produced. On the other hand, when the solvent evaporation rate is grater than sol ejection, we obtain highly structured and porous layer.

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@article{BUT47929,
  author="Petr {Dzik} and Michal {Veselý} and Jana {Pekárková}",
  title="Thin Layers of TiO2 Prepared by Inkjet Printing",
  annote="In this letter, we demonstrate the benefits of using inkjet printing technology for the preparation of TiO2 thin layers. By utilizing the well know sol-gel chemistry used so far for spin- and dip coated layers of TiO2 together with the wide deposition possibilities offered by inkjet printing, we are able pro prepare thin layers of TiO2 in a very effective and clean way with minimum waste. The structure of prepared layers greatly depends on the printing conditions: If the sol ejection
rate is faster then solvent evaporation, a smooth compact layer is produced. On the other hand, when the solvent evaporation rate is grater than sol ejection, we obtain highly structured and porous layer.",
  address="ČSCH",
  chapter="47929",
  institution="ČSCH",
  journal="Chemické listy (S)",
  number="15",
  volume="102",
  year="2008",
  month="september",
  pages="s995--s998",
  publisher="ČSCH",
  type="journal article - other"
}