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Photocatalytic and Selfcleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

DZIK, P. MOROZOVÁ, M. VESELÝ, M.

Originální název

Photocatalytic and Selfcleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

Anglický název

Photocatalytic and Selfcleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition

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en

Originální abstrakt

A reverse micelle sol-gel composition based on titanium butoxide, Triton X-102 and xylen was optimized for deposition by inkjet printing. Sol deposition and direct patterning onto commercial ITO-coated glass plates was successfully performed by a dedicated experimental inkjet printer Fujifilm Dimatix DMP-2831. Printed layers were dried and gelled at 110 C for 30 min and calcined in an furnance at 450 C for 4 hours. However, two distinctive processing ways were adopted for the multilayered samples: Single calcinated series of samples was prepared by printing 1 to 4 layers of sol and single final gelling and calcination. Repeatedly calcined samples were prepared by repeated printing, gelling and calcination after printing each layer.

Anglický abstrakt

A reverse micelle sol-gel composition based on titanium butoxide, Triton X-102 and xylen was optimized for deposition by inkjet printing. Sol deposition and direct patterning onto commercial ITO-coated glass plates was successfully performed by a dedicated experimental inkjet printer Fujifilm Dimatix DMP-2831. Printed layers were dried and gelled at 110 C for 30 min and calcined in an furnance at 450 C for 4 hours. However, two distinctive processing ways were adopted for the multilayered samples: Single calcinated series of samples was prepared by printing 1 to 4 layers of sol and single final gelling and calcination. Repeatedly calcined samples were prepared by repeated printing, gelling and calcination after printing each layer.

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@misc{BUT73631,
  author="Petr {Dzik} and Magdalena {Morozová} and Michal {Veselý}",
  title="Photocatalytic and Selfcleaning Properties of Titania Coatings Prepared by Inkjet Direct Patterning of a Reverse Micelles Sol-gel Composition",
  annote="A reverse micelle sol-gel composition based on titanium butoxide, Triton X-102 and xylen was optimized for deposition by inkjet printing. Sol deposition and direct patterning onto commercial ITO-coated glass plates was successfully performed by a dedicated experimental inkjet printer Fujifilm Dimatix DMP-2831. Printed layers were dried and gelled at 110 C for 30 min and calcined in an furnance at 450 C for 4 hours. However, two distinctive processing ways were adopted for the multilayered samples: Single calcinated series of samples was prepared by printing 1 to 4 layers of sol and single final gelling and calcination. Repeatedly calcined samples were prepared by repeated printing, gelling and calcination after printing each layer.",
  address="Redox Technologies, Inc.",
  chapter="73631",
  institution="Redox Technologies, Inc.",
  year="2011",
  month="july",
  pages="35--35",
  publisher="Redox Technologies, Inc.",
  type="abstract"
}