Conductive ink is a kind of ink that produces conductive printed matter. It is typically created by infusing graphite or other conductive materials into ink. It has a certain degree of conductivity and can be used for printing conductive dots or conductive lines. Gold-based conductive inks, silver-based conductive inks, copper-based conductive inks, and carbon-based conductive inks have been practically used for printed circuits, electrodes, electroplating bottom layers, keyboard contacts, printed resistors and other materials.
Figure 1. SEM images of long silver nanowires ink.
Figure 2. Schematic diagram of applying conductive ink on woven fabrics.