Conductive patterns with line widths of 5–10 µm are successfully fabricated by utilizing the coffee-ring effect in inkjet printing, resulting in transmittance values of up to 91.2% in the visible to near-infrared region. This non-lithographic approach broadens the range of fabrication procedures that can be used to create various nanoparticle-based microstructures and electronic devices.
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