We control the synthesis of our Silver materials via chemical precipitation, which allows the surface chemistry to be fine-tuned to match customers’ needs to optimize specific ink systems. In addition to their controlled surface chemistry, our Silver materials are characterized by excellent control at the single particle level allowing us to commercially produce materials with well controlled morphology, particle size, and size distribution, as small as 60 nanometers (a thousandth of the diameter of a human hair), without any secondary processing.
These attributes are key to the conductive inks, pastes, and adhesives where controlled rheology and viscosity can enable finer, and sharper line definition
Our proprietary Silver particle synthesis technology platform enables fine-line flexible circuits, allowing product designers more versatility and greater freedom to incorporate electronics into broader applications than previously possible, and to expand commercialization of advanced technologies such as flexible displays, printed flexible circuits, and other printed electronics (PE).
Average particle size ranges between 60 – 800 nanometers, and these materials offer cost efficient performance at commercially available quantities.
Novel, chemically precipitated Silver platelets from Ames Goldsmith Corporation offer cost-efficient performance and high-volume availability that can enable broader commercialization of advanced technologies such as flexible displays, and printed, flexible circuits.
The Silver platelets can be used for ultra-thin conductors, allowing product designers more versatility and greater freedom to incorporate electronics into a broad array of applications. Their unique morphological and chemical properties offer the possibility of sintered, metallic, conductive structures at low temperature.
Average particle size ranges between 200 – 800 nanometers, and these materials offer cost efficient performance at commercially available quantities.