NewsImproving the conductivity of metal nanoelectrodes achieved
via plasmon-enhanced laser nanosoldering

6th January 2022by admin0
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In a new publication from Opto-Electronic Advances,
the research groups of Professor Xuan-Ming Duan from Jinan
University Guangzhou, China and Professor Mei-Ling Zheng from the
Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Beijing, China discuss plasmon-enhanced nanosoldering of silver
nanoparticles for high-conductive nanowires
electrodes.

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