From New Scientist, A standard office printer loaded with silver nitrate and vitamin C can print electronic circuits Printing conductive polymer ink or pastes containing graphite or metal particles are two existing options.
A standard office printer loaded with silver nitrate and vitamin C can produce (clockwise from top-left) mobile phone antennas, circuits, RFID chips and inductive coils on a range of surfaces (Image: IOP/University of Leeds)
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