Carbon Nanotubes CB – Conductive INK
Highly conductive grade carbon black (CB) aqueous ink, conductive ink
Carbon Black – Conductive INK – EM100007
Common printing equipment is used for printing, which is suitable for creating patterns on the material. Compared to the conventional electronics industry and the devices manufactured, these are low-cost processes.
Electrically functional electronic inks are applied to the substrate, creating active or passive devices such as thin-film transistors, capacitors, coils, resistors, photovoltaics, thermoelectric generators, OLEDs, etc.
Printed electronics can utilize any solution-based material. This includes organic semiconductors, inorganic semiconductors, metallic conductors, nanoparticles, and nanotubes.
The most important advantage of printing is the low-cost series production in:
– flexible displays
– smart labels
– decorative and animated posters
– active clothing that do not require high performance
Safety Data Sheet
Technical Data Sheet
|Chemical Name||Carbon Black – CB – conductive INK|
|Solid content of Carbon Black:
||15.0-20.0 mg/ml (approx. 1.5 – 2.0 wt.%)|
|Viscosity:||low viscosity ink formulation for
Drop on Demand- DOD inkjet, Ultrasonic Aerosol Jet Printing, Air-brush, blade, slot-die coating technologies.
35-40 mPa·s [cP] (measured at @ 25 Deg C, shear rate 1000 s-1)
|Solubility:||Distilled water (d-H2O) surfactant medium (pH: slightly acidic 6.0-6.5) with/ without PVP as viscosity modifier (if needed)|
|Conductivity (σ):||3-4 x 103 S/m|
|Storage:||Storage at Room Temperature (23-25 °C) in ambient conditions (if available storage in a fridge at 2 – 8 °C)
The ink must be warmed at room temperature before use