DISPERBYK® is a wetting and dispersing additive for solvent-borne systems . It is composed of a solution of a copolymer with acidic groups. This prod. Solution of a copolymer with acidic groups. Acts as a wetting and dispersing additive for aqueous and solvent-borne systems. Provides deflocculation through . Material Safety Data Sheet. DISPERBYK Version Revision Date 08/14/ Print Date 08/14/ 1 / SECTION 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY.

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Alcohols including isopropanol IPAisobutyl alcohol, ethanol, polyvinyl alcohol, ethylene glycol, and combinations thereof were used. Tin and tin alloy electroplating method with controlled internal stress and grain size of the resulting deposit. Please select either yes or no to receiving news and offers from us.

The nanoparticle may be, for example, copper. In some cases, the dispersant may be phosphoric acid modified phosphate polyester copolymers, sulfonated styrene maleic anhydride esters, or combinations thereof. Dispersion disperhyk metallic, metal oxide or metal precursor nanoparticles, a polymeric dispersant and a sintering additive.

How it works – 1. However, UL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained on this website and sisperbyk encourages that upon final product or material selection information is validated with the manufacturer. Substrate for printed circuit board, printed circuit board, and method for producing substrate for printed circuit board.

The ink of claim 1further comprising a surface tension modifier.

Metal ink and a metal-containing film and a manufacturing method thereof using the same. Additives and modifiers used in conductive metallic inks may act as rheology modifiers, wetting agents, adhesion promoters, binders, defoaming agents, leveling agents, ionic strength modifiers, and the like. The ink of claim 16wherein the vehicle comprises: Stabilizing agents are weakly gel forming polymers where upon quiescent storage or very low shear they become semi-solid, thus inhibiting aggregation and sedimentation of particles suspended within.


In contrast; at high pH, protons may be removed to produce a negatively charged surface.

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Anionic polymeric dispersants, cationic polymeric dispersants, or a combination thereof may be used to form electrostatic dispersions with charged metallic surfaces in aqueous media.

Low boiling-point solvents include, for example, isobutyl alcohol, isopropyl alcohol, ethanol, toluene, butylbenzene, butyl acetate, water, and the like. Curing methods include an optical flash system, a pulsed laser with suitable wavelengths, and other short-pulsed lamps.

Solvents described above, or any combination thereof, may be used as vehicles for ink formulations including disperrbyk and ionic disperbk. It should be appreciated by those of skill in the art that the techniques disclosed in the examples that follow represent techniques 10 by the inventors to function well in the practice of the invention, and thus may be considered to constitute exemplary modes for its practice. This silicone surfactant does not substantially increase surface slip or impair recoatability.

Steps to form a stable dispersion from a metallic nanopowder may include wetting the powder, breaking up agglomerates in the powder de-agglomeratingand stabilizing the dispersed particles to dispdrbyk flocculation. Copper films were deposited by the draw-down process onto a flexible polyimide substrate. Upon shearing such a system beyond a yield stress, it becomes liquid and thus flows easily. High-throughput printing of chalcogen layer and the use of an inter-metallic material.

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The head group of a dispersant may be selected such that the functionality of the group is compatible with the metal nanoparticle in an ink formulation. In certain implementations, the conductive ink includes a stabilizing agent, an adhesion promoter, a surface tension modifier, a defoaming agent, a leveling additive, a rheology modifier, a wetting agent, an ionic strength modifier, or any combination thereof.


Additives and modifiers may be advantageously selected to tailor ink properties for different ink formulations, substrates, and application methods.

In some cases, both non-ionic and ionic dispersants, such as those listed above, may be used in an ink formulation to form more stable dispersions. Low sintering temperatures conductive nano-inks and a method for producing the same. In some cases, the dispersant may be polyvinylpyrrolidone, polyethylene glycol, isostearyl ethylimidazolinium ethosulfate, oleyl ethylimidazolinium ethosulfate, or combinations thereof.

Conducting polymers with multiple binding sites may partially surround a metal nanoparticle, thereby keeping it from aggregating or agglomerating.

A higher viscosity promotes forming of a dispersion suitable for ink-jet printing methods. For conductive films formed by photosintering copper inks with non-ionic dispersants, a resistivity as low as about 3. Instructions on what protective equipments should be used to handle the materials.

Method of forming conductors at low temperatures using metallic nanocrystals and product. The following water-based copper inks were formulated. MSDS includes information such as melting point, boiling point, and flash point of a hazardous material. Find out how we can help here.