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Subject: Re: Gold coating on ITO

Date: 11/20/02 at 10:45 AM
Posted by: Donald Mattox
E-mail: donmattox@svc.org
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In Reply to: Gold coating on ITO posted by prakash on 11/20/02 at 10:19 AM:

ITO is an oxide like glass and gold goes not like to stick to oxides. In PVD technology we use a "glue" layer such as chromium or titanium where the glue material likes to form an oxide and also the gold is soluble in the glue material. I don't know how you would do that electrochemically. Can you use a conductive gold (or silver) epoxy paint? There are also gold "thick film" paints (slurrys) that are "fired on" to glass but I haven't heard of them being used on ITO. Don Mattox

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