NovaCentrix and NanoMas spar over optical curing of nanoparticle inks

In a recent briefing with Austin-based metal nanoparticle developer NovaCentrix (see the November 12, 2007 LRNJ), we noted that its approach to curing nanoparticle inks might not prove defensible. During the IDTechEx Printed Electronics USA 2007 conference this past week, we had the chance to talk m...

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