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|Angel Mary, J
|Bhoje Gowd, E
|Surendran, K P
|ACS Omega, 1(6):1220–1228
|Two-dimensional materials play a vital role in the current electronic industry in the fabrication of devices. In the present work, we have exfoliated and stabilized the insulating hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) by means of a polymer-assisted liquid-phase technique. Further, the highly viscous ink of hBN was prepared, and its printability on various commercially available substrates was studied. The morphology of the printed patterns reveals the layered arrangement of hBN. The various electrical and dielectric characterizations, carried out on a metal–insulator–metal capacitor, testified its potential applications in various fields of printed electronics.
|American Chemical Society
|Screen-Printable Electronic Ink of Ultrathin Boron Nitride Nanosheets
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