conductive coating

conductive coating

[kən′dək·tiv ′kōd·iŋ]
(materials)
A coating used to reduce surface resistance and thus prevent the accumulation of static electric charges.
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By type: Cables, Cable Shielding Grounding, Metal Shielding, Conductive Coating and Paints, EMI Shielding Tapes and others
Powersil 403 yields a conductive coating characterized by high elasticity, good mechanical properties and scrub resistance.
A silver nanoparticle conductive coating, supplied as a wet dispersion from Cima NanoTech, is then applied to the film in a roll-to-roll process.
Nanoclay was added in concentrations of 2-8 wt% to polyurethane coatings with 35 wt% NCF or nickel-coated graphite (the percolation threshold of these two fillers in conductive coating was 30 wt%).
The company developed its proprietary SANTE(R) self-assembling silver nanoparticle conductive coating, which enables high performance transparent conductors in a multitude of markets from large-format multi-touch displays to capacitive sensors, transparent and moldable EMI shielding, transparent heaters, transparent antennas, OLED lighting, photovoltaic and others.
At the low frequency limit, the skin depth of a continuous conductive coating is infinite.
Slow helium ions can image insulating biological surfaces at sub nanometer resolutions without the need for a metallic conductive coating, and fast helium ions can image the interior of cells without a significant loss of resolution."
These SG-UTC films are a transparent PET film with a conductive coating that has been optimized not only for EMI shielding, but color, haze and reflection characteristics.
The electrical contact between the conductive coating and the electrical measuring device is achieved by a conductive adhesive copper tape to which the wires from the electrical measuring device are soldered.
The LED-Glass, on the other hand, is a decorative laminated glass for external and internal applications in buildings, where the glass itself is internally illuminated by means of LEDs wirelessly embedded in the PVB interlayer and linked into a circuit by means of an invisible clear conductive coating.
Vakarelski and his colleagues figured that if they could mimic the process in a controlled fashion, they could create a pattern of granules of other materials to form a nanoscale conductive coating.