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Silver/silver chloride (60/40) paste for screen printing

conductive ink, C2130809D5, Ag/AgCl paste
Linear Formula:


Coverage: 200 cm2 per g (using a 156 mesh polyester screen)
Sheet resistivity:<100 miliohms per square (20 micron thick printed on alumina substrate)




2.0-5.5 Pa.s (Haake RS1 C20/2° TiL at 230 sec-1 at 25°C)

General description

This product has a ratio of silver to silver chloride of 60/40.

Features and Benefits

Product Benefits
  • Applications in medical diagnostics, environmental sensors
  • High conductivity
  • Low curing temperature

Preparation Note


  • Screen Printing Equipment: semi-automatic, manual

  • Ink Screen Life: >3 hours

  • Screen Types: polyester, mesh 156 to 230 tpi

Note: Stainless Steel mesh is not recommended, since a paste component can become corrosive in the presence of moisture.Also, plastic palette knives should be used instead of metal knives.

  • Typical Drying Conditions: Dry at 60°C for 30minutes or 80°C for 10minutes in a box oven.

  • Clean up solvent: ethoxyl propanol or seriocol

  • Substrate: polyester, PVC, polycarbonate and alumina

Legal Information

Product of Gwent Electronic Materials Ltd (GEM), part of Sun Chemical Corporation



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Hazard Statements

Precautionary Statements

Hazard Classifications

Aquatic Acute 1 - Aquatic Chronic 1 - Met. Corr. 1

Storage Class Code

8A - Combustible, corrosive hazardous materials



Flash Point(F)

192.2 °F

Flash Point(C)

89 °C

Certificate of Analysis

Certificate of Origin

Screen printed potentiometric sensor for non-invasive measurement of blood urea in human subjects using reverse iontophoresis.
Varadharaj E K and Jampana N
Electrochemical Society Transactions, 66, 1-22 (2015)
Fabrication of thick film sensitive RuO2-TiO2 and Ag/AgCl/KCl reference electrodes and their application for pH measurements.
Libu M, et al.
Sensors and Actuators B, Chemical, 204, 57-67 (2014)
A review of screen-printed silver/silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) reference electrodes potentially suitable for environmental potentiometric sensors.
Sophocleous M and Atkinson J K
Sensors and actuators A, Physical, 267, 106-120 (2017)


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