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July 23rd, 2004
Laser sintering strikes gold with nanoparticle ink
A laser technique for fabricating gold microstructures could provide a new powerful way to create miniature resistors or conductive tracks for flexible electronics. The so-called 'fountain pen' method unveiled by a Swiss-US team deposits gold nanoink stripes as thin as 5 microns and simultaneously cures them with an Argon ion laser.
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