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EE 716 - Digital Fabrication: Materials and Processes (COM)

Credits: 3
The principles of interfacial phenomenon, solution thermodynamics, and colloid chemistry will be used in illuminated process by which metallic nanoparticulates can be formed and incorporated into inks for use in manufacturing of a variety of products. Students will learn 1) the methods and science behind the manufacture of a variety of functional nanoparticles, 2) the methods of incorporating these particles into inks and the printing of these inks for digital fabrication applications, and 3) the interfacial processes involved in line spreading and curing of the printed traces. Cross-Listed: MES 677 and NANO 677 at SDSM&T; CHEM 716 at USD.


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