Paper Electronics. Paper Electronics is not Electronic Paper! Åbo AkademiUniversity, Turku, Finland - PDF

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Paper Electronics Roger Bollström 1, Daniel Tobjörk 3, Peter Dolietis 1, AnniMäättänen 2, Petri Ihalainen 2, JoukoPeltonen 2, Ronald Österbacka 3 and Martti Toivakka 1 1 Paper Coating and Converting 2

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Paper Electronics Roger Bollström 1, Daniel Tobjörk 3, Peter Dolietis 1, AnniMäättänen 2, Petri Ihalainen 2, JoukoPeltonen 2, Ronald Österbacka 3 and Martti Toivakka 1 1 Paper Coating and Converting 2 Physical Chemistry 3 Physics/Organic Electronics Åbo AkademiUniversity, Turku, Finland Paper Electronics is not Electronic Paper! E Ink Amazon Kindle Fulton Innovation Paper Electronics = Printed Electronics on Paper Market Prediction for Printed Electronics IDTechEx Challenges of Printing Electronics on Paper Paper & printing not developed for electronics Optical vs. electrical print Recyclable paper for printed electronics: Mineral pigment and latex barrier coatings Calendered to RMS roughness: 100 nm [Org. Electron. 10 (2009) 1020.] Making Paper Compatible with Printed Electronics Printability determined by compatibility of ink substrate printing method We need to measure and control surface properties: roughness, porosity, wettability, chemical activity/inertness, barrier properties, mechanical properties Surface treatment methods to improve printability: Existing: surface sizing pigment coating dispersion coating extrusion coating corona Novel methods: plasma activation plasma coating nanoparticle deposition sol-gel coating atomic layer deposition Paper for Printed Electronics -Control of Surface Roughness Smoothing layer (Kaolin) RMS 300 nm Precoating (GCC) RMS 580 nm Calandered topcoating (Kaolin) RMS 55 nm Barrier layer (Latex) RMS 260 nm Mylar A RMS 30 nm Basepaper: 80 g/m 2 woodfree 250 µm Omya J. Järnström, P. Ihalainen, K. Backfolk, J. Peltonen: Applied Surface Science 2542 (2008) 5741 R. Bollstrom, D. Tobjörk, A. Määttänen, P. Ihalainen, R. Österbacka, J. Peltonen, M. Toivakka,: Org. Electronics, 10, 1020 (2009) R. Bollström, A. Määttänen, P. Ihalainen, M. Toivakka, J. Peltonen: Patent application PCT/FI2010/050056 Example Substrate Concept For Paper Electronics Topcoating (Kaolin) 0.5-5µm Barrier layer (Latex) 1-25 µm Smoothing layer (Kaolin) Precoating (GCC) Basepaper Bollström, R., A. Määttänen, D. Tobjörk, P. Ihalainen, N. Kaihovirta, R. Österbacka, J. Peltonen, and M. Toivakka. A multilayer coated fiber-based substrate suitable for printed functionality. Organic Electronics 10, no. 5 (2009): Barrier Properties and Solvent Resistance P3HT in DCB Improved Inkjet Printability Through Control of Wettability Ink: 0.5 wt.% P3HT in o-dichlorobenzene (o-dcb), V = 10 pl P3HT PET Määttänen, A., Ihalainen, P., Bollström, R., Toivakka, M., & Peltonen, J. (2010). Colloids and SurfacesA: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 367(1-3), Adjusting Printability by Top Coating Formulation Flexo printability of Ag ink Coating Methods Blade coating Gravure offset coating Curtain coating Reverse gravure Novel Surface Treatment Methods for Paper Liquid Flame Spray nanoparticle deposition TUT/Tampere Plasma Deposition YKI/Stockholm VITO/Belgium Water Contact Angle on Nanoparticle Coated Paperboard TiOx SiOx Paper Electronics Platform Novel device concepts needed: Solution processable (preferably without clean-room) Simple design Avoid critical alignments, linewidths of 10 µm, etc. Low-voltage operation needed Recyclable or disposable Components needed for stand-alone operation: Input/Output device e.g., electrochromic inks, color indicators Logic device transistor, e.g., Hygroscopic Insulator FET Memory device e.g., fullerenes + polymers Power Supply e.g., printed battery, solar cell, fuel cell Low-voltage Organic Field Effect Transistor (OFET) on Paper HIFET: Source and drain AgNP-ink: Inkjet printed and IR-sintered (10 s) Organic semiconductor P3HT: Inkjet printed Dielectric (hygroscopic insulator) PVP: Reverse gravure coated Gate contact PEDOT:PSS: Inkjet printed or drop cast FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc Mini-Labo, Yasui Seiki Co. Printed Transistor on Paper Silver PEDOT/PSS PVP P3HT Silver FunPrinter - Custom-built Hybrid Printer Alignment Camera Infrared Inkjet Flexography Unwinder Rewinder Infrared Reverse Gravure Spray Coating Ovens FunPrinter: Roll-to-roll Prototypes and Demonstrators Towards Logic Circuits Using HIFETs Development and integration of printed paper-based electronics f=28mhz J. Koskela, A. Kilpelä, N. Björklund, R. Österbacka, submitted Electronically Readable, Printed ph Sensor on Paper Gas Sensors on Paper (H 2 S) Polyaniline with copper salt Resistance (MΩ) E.g. CuCl 2 + H 2 S Cu x S+ HCl = protonation of polyaniline-eb 10M 1M 100k 10k Time (h) J. Saraf, D. Tobjörk, A. Määttänen, et al., submitted H2S-concentration (ppm) Adjustable Packaging Line for the Future Sensors and indicators for modified atmosphere packages E.g. for oxygen and hydrogen sulfide Barr et al., Direct Monolithic Integration of Organic Photovoltaic Circuits on Unmodified Paper, Martti Adv. Toivakka/ Mat MIICS 2012 Paper Electronics Summary Paper electronics is attracting interest due to numerous business opportunities It is possible to print electronics on paper Åbo Akademi has demonstrated printed transistors and other components on paper First products will be simple sensors for biological, biomedical and chemical applications Recent Publications Bollström, R., M. Tuominen, A. Määttänen, J. Peltonen, and M. Toivakka. Top layer coatability on barrier coatings. Progress in Organic Coatings 73, no. 1 (2012): Bollström, R., J. J. Saarinen, J. Räty, and M. Toivakka. Measuring solvent barrier properties of paper. Measurement Science and Technology 23 (2012): Tobjörk, D., H. Aarnio, P. Pulkkinen, R. Bollström, A. Määttänen, P. Ihalainen, T. Mäkelä, J. Peltonen, M. Toivakka, H. Tenhu et al. IR-sintering of ink-jet printed metal-nanoparticles on paper. Thin Solid Films 520, no. 7 (2012): Ihalainen, P., A. Määttänen, U. Mattinen, M. Stepien, R. Bollström, M. Toivakka, J. Bobacka, and J. Peltonen. Electrodeposition of PEDOT-Cl film on a fully printed Ag/polyaniline electrode. Thin Solid Films 519 (2011): Saarinen, J. J., P. Ihalainen, A. Määttänen, R. Bollström, and J. Peltonen. Printed sensor and electric field assisted wetting on a natural fibre based substrate. Nordic Pulp and Paper Research Journal 26, no. 1 (2011). Määttänen, A., D. Fors, S. Wang, D. Valtakari, P. Ihalainen, and J. Peltonen. Paper-based planar reaction arrays for printed diagnostics. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 160, no. 1 (2011): Määttänen, A., P. Ihalainen, R. Bollström, M. Toivakka, and J. Peltonen. Wetting and print quality study of an inkjetprinted poly(3-hexylthiophene) on pigment coated papers. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 367, no. 1-3 (2010): Määttänen, A., P. Ihalainen, R. Bollström, S. Wang, M. Toivakka, and J. Peltonen. Enhanced Surface Wetting of Pigment Coated Paper by UVC Irradiation. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49, no. 22 (2010): Pykönen, M., K. Johansson, R. Bollström, P. Fardim, and M. Toivakka. Influence of Surface Chemical Composition on UV-Varnish Absorption into Permeable Pigment-Coated Paper. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49, no. 5 (2010): Bollström, R., A. Määttänen, D. Tobjörk, P. Ihalainen, N. Kaihovirta, R. Österbacka, J. Peltonen, and M. Toivakka. A multilayer coated fiber-based substrate suitable for printed functionality. Organic Electronics 10, no. 5 (2009): Thank You! Financing:
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