MRS Proc. 2000 DOI: 10.1557/proc-624-267 View full text
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T. Cuk, S.M. Troian, C.M. Hong, S. Wagner

Abstract: Liquid ribbons of solutions of copper hexanoate in a volatile solvent were drawn on a glass slide using either fine glass capillaries or an ink jet printer. After solvent evaporation, the solute was observed to segregate into multiple pairs of stripes much narrower than the initial ribbon diameter. These stripes were then converted to pure copper by annealing. Surface profiles indicate that the thickness, width, and number of lines formed are strongly dependent on the solution viscosity and volume per unit le…

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