MSE PRO Silver (Ag) Nanoparticles Conductive Ink, 100mg/mL - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO Silver (Ag) Nanoparticles Conductive Ink, 100 mg/mL

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MSE PRO™ Silver (Ag) Nanoparticles Conductive Ink, 100 mg/mL

Silver conductive ink stands out among diverse conductive ink variants due to its superior conductivity and printability. Formulated with Silver (Ag) nano powder, adhesive polymer, and solvent, it's widely known as Nano-silver printing ink. Tailored primarily for flexible substrates like plastics (PET, acrylic), it's screen-printed to create conductive circuits. Essential for electronics with intricate interconnects, its viscosity, controlled by solvent concentration and patented adhesive, optimizes inject and screen printing. Comprising 99.9% pure nano powder silver with adjustable loading percentages, it finds application in wearable electronics, touchscreens, smartphones, OLEDs, 3D printing, PCBs, battery electrodes, membrane circuits, and inkjet printing technologies. Additionally, it serves indirect soldering by sandwiching between insulated substrates and copper tape, broadening its versatile utility.

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Technical Specifications:

CAS Number


Chemical Formula



10 mL: PO9463

50 mL: PO9464

Particle Size

10-20 nm


100 mg/mL


4°C in a light-protected environment


1. Printed Electronics: Used in the production of printed electronic circuits on flexible substrates like plastics, paper, and textiles for applications in RFID tags, sensors, and flexible displays.

2. Wearable Electronics: Employed in the development of wearable devices such as smart clothing, fitness trackers, and healthcare monitoring systems due to its flexibility and conductivity.

3. Touchscreens: Utilized in the manufacturing of touch-sensitive screens for smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices, enabling responsive touch functionalities.

4. 3D Printing: Applied in additive manufacturing processes to create conductive traces and components within 3D-printed objects or electronic devices.

5. Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs): Employed in the production of conductive traces and interconnects on PCBs for various electronic devices, offering a cost-effective alternative to traditional manufacturing methods.


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