Characterization and modeling of the thermal and electrical properties of transparent silver nanowire thin-film heaters
La Torraca P
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SubjectTransparent; Transient; Thin-film; Thermal; Silver nanowire; Response; Properties; Heater; Electrical; AgNW
In this study, we present the characterization and the modeling of transparent silver nanowire thin-film heaters in terms of their transient thermal response when subjected to Joule heating and their electrical properties. The electrical properties, which showed a conductance-temperature dependence that is reduced down to a factor of 2 compared to the value for bulk silver, could be modeled accurately by simulation results. In addition, our transparent electrode deposition technique, i.e. spray-coating, allowed for an excellent reproducibility and provided homogeneous and large films that compare to state-of-the-art silver nanowire transparent electrode performance.
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