turns out that silver nanoparticles are not as solid as initially thought, making their use in electronic components and circuits a bit challenging as gadgets become increasingly smaller. Fortunately, there is a solution.
Because of its superb electrical conductivity and high melting
temperature, silver is used in many aspects of electronic design.
Recently, however, scientists have discovered that as the particles
become microscopically smaller – in the 10 nanometer range – their
outside layer mimics water droplets, wobbling and changing shape, while
the inside stays stable. This can be problematic for their use in
electrical contacts at the molecular level (10 nanometers is
one-thousandth of the width of a human hair) as the silver could leak
and cause short circuits. This could be especially challenging in
devices that move around a lot or rely on movement like tiny motors or
sensors in mobile applications.
A research team at MIT first noticed this phenomenon while studying
silver nanoparticles but they believe it will apply to other metal
nanoparticles as well. READ MORE
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