Archer takes aim at conductive ink market

ARCHER Exploration and researchers from the University of Adelaide have produced graphene-based conductive inks with graphite from Archer’s Campoona deposit on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula.

Archer takes aim at conductive ink market Archer takes aim at conductive ink market Archer takes aim at conductive ink market Archer takes aim at conductive ink market Archer takes aim at conductive ink market

Centimetre-sized printed graphene electronics (electrodes) on plastic (polyethylene terephthalate) using graphene inks derived from Archer’s Campoona graphite.

The inks produced were used to print electronic circuits with an inkjet printer, later using a laser-scribed printer for the preparation of basic electrode patterns.

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