HARRICK PLASMA

Selective metal patterns using polyelectrolyte multiplayer coatings

Processes for creating versatile and selective metal patterns (such as copper and nickel) combine the use of PEM coatings, microcontact printing (MCP), and electroless deposition. MCP is used to pattern a charged catalyst (such as palladium and stannous ions) onto oppositely charged PEM coated substrates. The substrate is then placed into an electroless deposition bath where a metal selectively plates at the catalyzed regions.

Lee, I., T. R. Hendricks

US 20080014356 A1

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2008-01-17

2008-08-11

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