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A novel synthesis of silver nanowires by using 6-chlorohexylzinc bromide as an additive for low haze transparent conductive films

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Abstract

High-quality silver nanowires (AgNWs) with a small diameter of ∼20 nm and a length of ∼40 μm were prepared by using a novel organic 6-chlorohexylzinc bromide as an assistant additive. The diameter of as-synthesized AgNWs was confirmed to be strongly dependent on the dosage of 6-chlorohexylzinc bromide. Moreover, a two-dimensional (2D) transparent conductive film (TCF) with an excellent optical performance was fabricated by as-synthesized AgNWs, which has a 90.3% transmittance and low haze value of <1.0% at a sheet resistance of 48.7 Ω sq−1.

Graphical abstract: A novel synthesis of silver nanowires by using 6-chlorohexylzinc bromide as an additive for low haze transparent conductive films

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Submitted
08 Apr 2019
Accepted
27 May 2019
First published
17 Jun 2019

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2019,9, 18868-18873
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Paper

A novel synthesis of silver nanowires by using 6-chlorohexylzinc bromide as an additive for low haze transparent conductive films

X. Yuan, H. Yang, Y. Li, Y. Chao, Y. Li, L. Chen and J. Chen, RSC Adv., 2019, 9, 18868
DOI: 10.1039/C9RA02618E

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