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Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand

Rashmi Priyadarshini, Usha Tiwari.

Abstract
With the prospect of economic and environmental gains, researchers are developing technologies for printing electronics. Printing technology has been introduced and continuously improved such as conductive ink, engraving, and ‘bulk and transition printed paper in order to reach an overall scale similar to that of the microprocessor production industry. As with conventional processing of semiconductors, printing is primarily an ambient temperature and pressure-based operation, removing high vacuum, toxic chemicals and adhesives used in high-winds. While broad electronics print is widely regarded as eco sustainable, no objective evidence is available for confirming this claim, and further work is required to quantify the results and determine potential compromise consequences. For printing trends which are permeable, insulating and semi conducting, numerous publishing techniques employ nanomaterials. There are two issues involved with the nanomaterials used in these inks: a) potential risk if emitted into the atmosphere during the drug lifespan, and b) rather highly energetic content of nanomaterials. Although the quantification of the actual pollution is complicated because of complete absence of toxic effects and risk categorization proofs, it is possible and has already been originally discussed as an ecological burden measure for estimating accrued energy requirements. With all this in opinion, this section analyses the energy demands with the high electrical-down manufactured product of confidently using a montage-based additive pressure process to use semiconductor substratum diodes of the subatomic level.

Key words: Embodied Energy, Printed Electronics, Fabrication, Environmental Impact, Nanomaterial.


 
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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari. Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand. JCR. 2020; 7(10): 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223


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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari. Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand. JCR. (2020), [cited August 18, 2021]; 7(10): 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223



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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari (2020) Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand. JCR, 7 (10), 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223



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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari. 2020. Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (10), 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223



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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari. "Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223



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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari. "Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.10 (2020), 1137-1140. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223



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Rashmi Priyadarshini , Usha Tiwari (2020) Printing Nano-scale Electronics: Energy Demand. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (10), 1137-1140. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.10.223