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Inkjet Printing All Inorganic Halide Perovskite Inks for Photovoltaic Applications.

A method for synthesizing photoactive inorganic perovskite quantum dot inks and an inkjet printer deposition method, using the synthesized inks, are demonstrated. The ink synthesis is based on a simple wet chemical reaction and the inkjet printing protocol is a facile step by step method. The inkjet printed thin films have been characterized by X-ray diffraction, optical absorption spectroscopy, photoluminescent spectroscopy, and electronic transport measurements. X-ray diffraction of the printed quantum d...


Application of metallic inks based on nickel-silver core-shell nanoparticles for fabrication of conductive films.

Conductive inks based on nickel nanoparticles (NPs) have attracted much attention as a low-cost replacement for the currently used silver and gold inks for fabrication of printed electronic circuits and devices. Nickel NPs as a component of conductive inks should be stable against oxidation process at all stages of preparation of conductive patterns: ink formulation and storage, printing, and post-printing treatment. In the present study, the oxidation resistance of the Ag layer and the conductive propertie...

Additive Manufacturing of Functionally Graded Ceramic Materials by Stereolithography.

An additive manufacturing technology is applied to obtain functionally graded ceramic parts. This technology, based on digital light processing/stereolithography, is developed within the scope of the CerAMfacturing European research project. A three-dimensional (3-D) hemi-maxillary bone-like structure is 3-D printed using custom aluminum oxide polymeric mixtures. The powders and mixtures are fully analyzed in terms of rheological behavior in order to ensure proper material handling during the printing proce...


Application of 3D printing in aesthetic oral rehabilitation.

3D printing technology can be used in prosthodontics to obtain detailed structures. The technique offers a possible supersession for the most conventional restorations technologies. Contemporary aesthetic restorations encounter difficulties in the consistency between the analysis and design stages and the clinical implementation stage. 3D printing transfers aesthetic designs to customize the finial restoration fabrication, which could be an appropriate optimization to the aformentioned problem. Meanwhile, 3...

Versatile Processing of Metal-Organic Framework-Fluoropolymer Composite Inks with Chemical Resistance and Sensor Applications.

We report a new class of MOF inks with a water-repellent, photocurable fluoropolymer (PFPE) having up to 90 wt% MOF loading. These MOF inks enable to process various MOFs through spray coating, pen writing, stencil printing, and moulding at room temperature. Upon UV-curing, the hydrophobic PFPE matrix efficiently blocks water permeation but allows accessibility of chemicals into MOF pores, thereby freeing the MOF to perform its unique function. Moreover, by introducing functional MOFs we successfully demons...

Should You Buy a Three-Dimensional Printer? A Study of an Orbital Fracture.

The use of three-dimensional (3D) printing has been growing significantly in medicine for the past 10 years, especially in maxillofacial surgery. A lot a different softwares and printers are available on the market, and it can be difficult to choose which one fits best one's needs. In the authors' institution, the authors regularly print orbits to prepare the reconstruction. The authors then compared the 3D printing of an orbital fracture between a professional and nonprofessional software and between a bot...

3-D printing of chitosan-calcium phosphate inks: rheology, interactions and characterization.

Bone substitute fabrication is of interest to meet the worldwide incidence of bone disorders. Physical chitosan hydrogels with intertwined apatite particles were chosen to meet the bio-physical and mechanical properties required by a potential bone substitute. A set up for 3-D printing by robocasting was found adequate to fabricate scaffolds. Inks consisted of suspensions of calcium phosphate particles in chitosan acidic aqueous solution. The inks are shear-thinning and consist of a suspension of dispersed ...

Digital and Orthodontically Driven Implant Planning: A Multidisciplinary Case History Report.

Patients presenting both severe maxillary atrophy and dental malposition require a multidisciplinary treatment approach to achieve optimal esthetic and functional results. This case history report demonstrates how digital treatment planning and teeth set-up can serve as a reference for surgical, orthodontic, and prosthodontic procedures, leading to an all-ceramic full-arch implant-supported fixed prosthesis.

Printing with Satellite Droplets.

Despite their specific methodologies, all current noncontact printing techniques such as inkjet printing (IJP), involve the break-up of a liquid meniscus during the separation of the ink droplet from the bulk ink reservoir. Often, the break-up of a liquid meniscus results in the formation of one or more satellite droplet whose volumes are several orders of magnitude smaller than the primary droplet. Many attempts are directed to suppress or control the formation of satellite droplets because they blur the p...

Tattoo inks: Characterization and in vivo and in vitro toxicological evaluation.

Tattoo inks represent a growing market in the world economy, but this growth is associated with an increase in reports of adverse effects caused by the use of this product. In this study, four commercial tattoo inks (blue, green, red and black) were studied to characterize the composition and particle size and identify possible in vivo and in vitro toxicological effects on Daphnia magna and HaCaT cells, respectively. Compositional analysis confirmed the functional groups in the vehicles and organic pigments...

Powder bed 3D-printing of highly loaded drug delivery devices with hydroxypropyl cellulose as solid binder.

3D-printing is a promising tool to pave the way to the widespread adaption of individualized medicine. Several printing techniques have been investigated and introduced to pharmaceutical research. Until now, only one 3D-printed medicine is approved on the US market. The medicine is manufactured via drop-on-powder deposition, which uses inkjet printing to jet a liquid binder on a powder bed to create 3D objects. However, inkjet processes are prone to nozzle clogging when binders or active pharmaceutical ingr...

Patient versus proxy response on global health scales: no meaningful DIFference.

Assessment of outcomes from a proxy is often substituted for the patient's self-report when the patient is unable or unwilling to report their status. Research has indicated that proxies over-report symptoms on the patient's behalf. This study aimed to quantify the extent of proxy-introduced bias on the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Global Health (PROMIS GH) scale for mental (GMH) and physical (GPH) scores.

Crime displacement in digital drug markets.

Background Crackdowns on urban sites with concentrated criminal activity are sometimes followed by geographical relocation of crime. Is this also the case in cyberspace, where illegal websites and online networks can be wiped clean, but also quickly rebuilt and replaced on new servers and URLs? Methods I address this question in three steps. First, I measure MDMA trade in a large digital market for drugs, before and after the arrest of a leading MDMA seller in the same market. Second, I count the number of ...

Transfer Printing and its Applications in Flexible Electronic Devices.

Flexible electronic systems have received increasing attention in the past few decades because of their wide-ranging applications that include the flexible display, eyelike digital camera, skin electronics, and intelligent surgical gloves, among many other health monitoring devices. As one of the most widely used technologies to integrate rigid functional devices with elastomeric substrates for the manufacturing of flexible electronic devices, transfer printing technology has been extensively studied. Thoug...

Inkjet dispensing technologies: recent advances for novel drug discovery.

Inkjet-dispensing printing is a promising additive manufacturing method for pharmaceutical applications such as drug discovery. The unique advantages of this technology, including low cost, programmability, high resolution, high throughput, high speed, and biocompatibility, may reduce the financial resources needed to discover new drug candidates. Sophisticated and miniaturized assays have been developed to accomplish drug discovery and drug screening using modern inkjet dispensing printers. Areas covered: ...

Novel ceramic paper structures for diesel exhaust purification.

The catalytic combustion of diesel soot is addressed with flexible and structured "paper catalysts". Two different series of catalysts were prepared either by drip impregnation or by a spray method to deposit a mixture of Co, Ba, and K or a mixture of Co and Ce onto SiO-AlO ceramic paper matrixes. In every case, CeO nanoparticles were added to bind the ceramic fibers. SEM images showed that the impregnation method generated catalytic particles concentrated as large chunks (> 10 μm), mainly at ceramic fi...

3D Printing of Poly(propylene fumarate) Oligomers: Evaluation of Resin Viscosity, Printing Characteristics and Mechanical Properties.

Complex three-dimensional (3D) pore geometries, useful for tissue engineering scaffolds, can be fabricated via photo-crosslinking of resorbable poly(propylene fumarate) (PPF) resins using stereolithography (SLA) and/or continuous digital light processing (cDLP) methods. Physico-chemical parameters inherent to 3D printable resin design, include viscosity, polymer concentration, degree of polymerization, and resin printing temperature. We report here on our study of these parameters and their influence the cD...

Infection of finger caused by Morganella morganii leading to digital amputation: A case report.

Digital infection is a common disease in clinic, featured by pain and swelling of digits. As far as we know, no article has reported a case of digital infected by Morganella morganii.

Combinatorial Peptide Array Synthesis Based on Microfluidic Impact Printing.

In this paper, a novel inkjet printing technique, micro impact printing (MI printing), is applied for the first time to combinatorial peptide array synthesis on amine functionalized micro disc arrays through standard Fmoc chemistry. MI printing shows great advantages in combinatorial peptide array synthesis compared with other printing techniques, including 1) a disposable cartridge; 2) a small spot size (80 μm) increases array density; 3) minimal loading volume (0.6 μL) and dead volume (

3D Bioprinting of Complex Channels within Cell-Laden Hydrogels.

3D bioprinting is an emerging manufacturing approach to fabricate (cell-laden) hydrogel constructs with embedded microchannels, which are potentially useful for fundamental studies to understand vascularization and angiogenesis, and for developing organ-on-a-chip devices for disease modeling. Although numerous printing approaches have been developed, novel approaches are still needed that enable printing of channels with user-defined and tunable size, morphology, and complexity. Here, we report a novel biop...

Interface modified flexible printed conductive films via AgO nanoparticle decorated Ag flake inks.

A new approach to stable, low resistance inexpensive printed flexible conductive inks is proposed. Silver ink has been studied extensively and commercialized for applications in printed electronics due to the inherent high conductivity and stability of silver, even in particulate-based percolation networks processed at temperatures compatible with low cost polymer films such as polyethylene terephthalate (PET). Recent interest in flexible and even stretchable circuits, however, has presented new challenges ...

Low-Cost Manufacturing of Metal-Ceramic Composites through Electrodeposition of Metal into Ceramic Scaffold.

Infiltration of a molten metal phase into a ceramic scaffold to manufacture metal-ceramic composites often involves high temperature, high pressure, and expensive processes. Low-cost processes for fabrication of metal-ceramic composites can substantially increase their applications in various industries. In this article, electroplating (electrodeposition) as a low-cost, room-temperature process is demonstrated for infiltration of metal (copper) into a lamellar ceramic (alumina) scaffold. Estimation shows th...

In situ Study on the Diffusion Kinetics of Seal Ink by Microinfrared Spectroscopy.

In document examination, it is of great importance to determine the composition of seal ink with different imprint times, and spectroscopic methods are widely used today. In this research, the diffusion of seal inks from three different brands on the same type of paper is monitored in situ by microinfrared spectroscopy and microinfrared imaging technology. The area of the absorption peak at 1743 cm gradually decreases with increasing diffusion time. The diffusion kinetics of seal ink on paper are also stu...

How the medium shapes the message: Printing and the rise of the arts and sciences.

Communication technologies, from printing to social media, affect our historical records by changing the way ideas are spread and recorded. Yet, finding statistical evidence of this fact has been challenging. Here we combine a common causal inference technique (instrumental variable estimation) with a dataset on nearly forty thousand biographies from Wikipedia (Pantheon 2.0), to study the effect of the introduction of printing in European cities on Wikipedia's digital biographical records. By using a city's...

Global, Regional, National, and Subnational Big Data to Inform Health Equity Research: Perspectives from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017.

Everyone deserves a long and healthy life, but in reality, health outcomes differ across populations. We use results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 (GBD 2017) to report patterns in the burden of diseases, injuries, and risks at the global, regional, national, and subnational level, and by sociodemographic index (SDI), from 1990 to 2017.


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