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Zinc oxide nanoparticle ink

2.5 wt. %, viscosity 2.1 cP, work function -3.9eV

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Synonym(s):
Avantama N-11, Nanograde N-11, ZnO ink, ZnO nanoparticle ink, zinc oxide dispersion, zinc oxide suspension
NACRES:
NA.23

Quality Level

form

dispersion

concentration

2.5 wt. % (crystalline ZnO in isopropanol)

work function

-3.7--4.1 eV

color

translucent brownish

particle size

8-16 nm

viscosity

1.6-2.6 cP

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particle size

8-16 nm

particle size

8-16 nm

particle size

8-16 nm

particle size

10-15 nm

concentration

2.5 wt. % (crystalline ZnO in isopropanol)

concentration

2.5 wt. % (crystalline ZnO in isopropanol and propylene glycol)

concentration

2.5 wt. % (crystalline Al doped ZnO (3.15 mol% Al) in mixture of alcohols)

concentration

2.5 wt. % (crystalline ZnO in 2-propanol)

work function

-3.7--4.1 eV

work function

-4.1--4.5 eV

work function

-3.7--4.1 eV

work function

-

color

translucent brownish

color

translucent brownish

color

-

color

translucent yellowish

viscosity

1.6-2.6 cP

viscosity

8-14 cP

viscosity

1.7-2.7 cP

viscosity

-

Application

ZnO nanoparticle ink is for spin-coating and doctor blading for the use as electron transport layer in printed electronics. ZnO nanoparticle ink is universally applicable in normal and inverted architecture.

Preparation Note

  • Storage: In dark at room temperature.
  • Prior to application: Shake, ultrasonicate with sonic horn and (optionally) filter through 0.45μm PTFE filter.
  • Post-treatment: Annealing of deposited ZnO films at 80°C - 120°C.

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Product of Avantama Ltd.

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Danger

Hazard Statements

Hazard Classifications

Aquatic Chronic 2 - Eye Irrit. 2 - Flam. Liq. 2 - STOT SE 3

Target Organs

Central nervous system

Storage Class Code

3 - Flammable liquids

WGK

WGK 2

Flash Point(F)

57.2 °F

Flash Point(C)

14 °C


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