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Public release date: 24 January 2008 Contact: Steven Schultz
 

Summary: Public release date: 24 January 2008
Contact: Steven Schultz
sschultz@princeton.edu
609-258-3617
Princeton University, Engineering School
Fine print: New technique allows fast printing of microscopic electronics
A new technique for printing extraordinarily thin lines
quickly over wide areas could lead to larger, less expen-
sive and more versatile electronic displays as well new
medical devices, sensors and other technologies.
Princeton University
Left: A conventional electrohydrodynamic
(EHD) jet a stream of electrically charged
liquid forced from a nozzle which whips un-
controllably. Right: A stabilized jet produced by
Princeton University engineers. The long-sought
achievement has many possible uses in elec-
tronics and other industries.
Solving a fundamental and long-standing quandary,
chemical engineers at Princeton developed a method for

  

Source: Aksay, Ilhan A. - Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University

 

Collections: Materials Science