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E-mail: qq. China Received 6th April , Accepted 7th June First published on 21st June Solvent-free electrically conductive composites have been applied to flexible electronics to obtain high electrical conductivity. However, some of the proposed composites have low electrical conductivities and are unable to meet the requirements of commercial printable electronics. The results showed that nanometer-thick flake silver flake powders with smooth and flat surfaces were made by the nanofilm transition technique. These obtained powders were able to form smooth face-to-face contacts, which facilitated the formation of an excellent conductive network in the conductive system. A Fourier transformation infra-red FTIR spectrometer, laser micro-Raman spectrometer and thermogravimetric analyzer were used to analyze the organic functional groups, glass transition temperatures and thermal weight losses of the EVA resin and solvent-free electrically conductive composites. These features indicate the great potential of these composites for application in printed electronics.
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Please enter your comment! The incorporation of flaky silver powders into EVA matrix can increase the mechanical damping of the polymer. This step can be assigned to the loss of the acetate groups in EVA and the formation of carbon—carbon double bonds.
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