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Subject: Re: tin dioxide (SnO2) coating - transparent electrode - conducting glass
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Date: 01/23/03 at 7:16 PM
Posted by: VacMinho-Coatings and Surface Engineering Ltd
In Reply to: tin dioxide (SnO2) coating - transparent electrode - conducting glass posted by Alexander Asanov on 01/23/02 at 3:13 PM:
For anti-scratch layer and good transparency SnO2 is not the best choice. Probably you mean that beer plastic bottles are coated with SiOx which is almost "glass" so the beer feels glass and not plastic. For your application the optical and anti-scratch properties seems to be the key parameters. You should use transparent conductors if you need electrical conduction to avoid charge acumulation. SnO2 are used for example in touch panels, as electrodes in layered optically active devices and solar cells.
Vacminho is a high tech based SME and can provide you a coating solution for your specific case and coat high quality coating by PVD methods (a clean vacuum deposition technique).
Give use details about size and thicknesses you need.
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