A review on applications of metal-based inkjet inks for printed electronics with a particular focus on inks containing
metal nanoparticles, complexes and metallo-organic compounds. The review describes the preparation of such
inks and obtaining conductive patterns by using various sintering methods: thermal, photonic, microwave, plasma, electrical,
and chemically triggered. Various applications of metal-based inkjet inks (metallization of solar cell, RFID antennas,
OLEDs, thin film transistors, electroluminescence devices) are reviewed.