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1. (WO2018122745) METHODS FOR PREPARING ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE PATTERNS AND ARTICLES CONTAINING ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE PATTERNS
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What is claimed is:

1. A conductive article comprising:

an electrically insulating substrate;

a conductive region on the substrate, the conductive region comprising a conductive

pattern comprising a transparent conductor and a resist matrix;

a non-conductive region on the substrate; and

an exposed conductive contact comprising a first major surface and a second major surface, wherein a portion of the first major surface of the conductive contact is in contact with the transparent conductor, and a portion of the first major surface of the conductive contact is in contact with a portion of the resist matrix, and wherein the second major surface of the conductive contact is exposed.

2. The article of claim 1, wherein the transparent conductor comprises a plurality of interconnecting nanowires.

3. The article of claim 1, wherein the resist matrix comprises a non-tacky polymeric matrix.

4. The article of claim 1, wherein the electrically insulating substrate comprises a glass substrate, a polymeric substrate, or a release liner.

5. The article of claim 1, wherein the electrically conductive article is a transparent article.

6. The article of claim 1, wherein the conductive pattern comprises a series of elongate elements, and the nonconductive regions comprise at least the regions between the series of elongate elements.

7. The article of claim 1, wherein the conductive article is prepared from a precursor article, the precursor article comprising:

an electrically insulating substrate comprising a substantially continuous transparent conductor coating over at least a portion of the substrate surface, wherein the substantially continuous transparent conductor coating surface is divided into subregions, the subregions comprising:

first subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating exposed;

second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and a pattern of protective resist matrix material; and

third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with a conductive contact, wherein the conductive contact comprises a first major surface and a second major surface, wherein a portion of the first major surface is in contact with the transparent conductor coating, and a portion of the first major surface is in contact with the protective resist matrix material, and the second major surface is exposed; and

wherein the exposed transparent conductor coating of the first subregions is capable of being selectively removed by chemical etching, whereas the transparent conductor coating in the second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the resist matrix, and the transparent conductor coating in the third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with the conductive contact are not removed or are not completely removed.

8. A method of preparing a conductive article comprising:

preparing a precursor article, wherein preparing the precursor article comprises:

providing an electrically insulating substrate comprising a substantially continuous transparent conductor coating over at least a portion of the substrate surface;

selectively applying a resist matrix material to portions of the substantially continuous transparent conductor coating to yield a pattern of resist matrix material with an exposed surface; and

selectively applying a conductive contact composition in a pattern to portions of the transparent conductor coating surface, and to at least portions of the exposed surface of the resist matrix material, such that the transparent conductor coating surface is divided into subregions, the subregions comprising:

first subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating exposed;

second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the pattern of resist matrix material; and

third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with the conductive contact composition pattern, wherein the conductive contact composition pattern is also in contact with a portion of the exposed surface of the resist matrix material;

optionally curing or drying the resist matrix material and optionally drying or curing the conductive contact composition; and

chemically etching the precursor article such that the transparent conductor coating in the first subregions comprising the exposed transparent conductor coating is selectively removed, and wherein the transparent conductor coating in the second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the resist matrix and the transparent conductor coating in the third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with the conductive contact are not removed or are not completely removed.

9. The method of claim 8, wherein after chemical etching the first subregions are essentially nonconductive.

10. The method of claim 8, wherein selectively applying a resist matrix material to portions of the substantially continuous transparent conductor coating in a pattern comprises applying the resist matrix material in a series of elongate elements.

11. The method of claim 8, wherein the conductive contact composition comprises a conductive metallic paste that upon drying forms the conductive contact.

12. A conductive article comprising:

an electrically insulating substrate;

a conductive region on the substrate, the conductive region comprising a conductive pattern comprising a transparent conductor and a resist matrix;

a non-conductive region on the substrate; and

an exposed conductive contact comprising a first major surface and a second major surface, wherein the entire first major surface of the conductive contact is in contact with the transparent conductor, and wherein at least a portion of the second major surface of the conductive contact is exposed and the conductive contact is in contact with the resist matrix and optionally a portion of the second major surface of the conductive contact is overlapped by the resist matrix.

13. The article of claim 12, wherein the transparent conductor comprises a plurality of interconnecting nanowires.

14. The article of claim 12, wherein the resist matrix comprises a non-tacky polymeric matrix.

15. The article of claim 12, wherein the electrically insulating substrate comprises a glass substrate, a polymeric substrate, or a release liner.

16. The article of claim 12, wherein the electrically conductive article is a transparent article.

17. The article of claim 12, wherein the conductive pattern comprises a series of elongate elements, and the nonconductive regions comprise at least the regions between the series of elongate elements.

18. The article of claim 12, wherein the conductive article is prepared from a precursor article, the precursor article comprising:

an electrically insulating substrate comprising a substantially continuous transparent conductor coating over at least a portion of the substrate surface, wherein the substantially continuous transparent conductor coating surface is divided into subregions, the subregions comprising:

first subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating exposed;

second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and a pattern of protective resist matrix material; and

third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with a conductive contact, wherein the conductive contact comprises a first major surface and a second major surface, wherein the entire first major surface is in contact with the transparent conductor coating, and at least a portion of the second major surface is exposed, and a portion of the second major surface may optionally be in contact with the protective resist matrix material; and

wherein the exposed transparent conductor coating in the first subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating is capable of being selectively removed by chemical etching, whereas the transparent conductor coating in the second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the resist matrix, and the transparent conductor coating in the third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with the conductive contact are not removed or are not completely removed.

19. A method of preparing a conductive article comprising:

preparing a precursor article, wherein preparing the precursor article comprises:

providing an electrically insulating substrate comprising a substantially continuous transparent conductor coating over at least a portion of the substrate surface;

selectively applying a conductive contact composition in a pattern to portions of the transparent conductor coating to form a conductive contact with an exposed surface; and

selectively applying a resist matrix material to portions of the substantially continuous transparent conductor coating and optionally to a portion of the exposed surface of the conductive contact composition in a pattern, such that the transparent conductor coating surface is divided into subregions, the subregions comprising:

first subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating exposed;

second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the pattern of resist matrix material; and

third subregions comprising the transparent conductive coating in contact with the conductive contact composition pattern wherein a portion of the conductive contact composition pattern is in contact with the resist matrix material;

optionally curing or drying the resist matrix material and optionally drying or curing the conductive contact composition; and

chemically etching the precursor article such that the transparent conductor coating in the first subregions comprising the exposed transparent conductor coating is selectively removed, and wherein the transparent conductor coating in the second subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating and the resist matrix, and the transparent conductor

coating in the third subregions comprising the transparent conductor coating in contact with a conductive contact are not removed or are not completely removed.

20. The method of claim 19, wherein after chemical etching the first subregions are essentially nonconductive.

21. The method of claim 19, wherein selectively applying a resist matrix material to portions of the substantially continuous conductive coating in a pattern comprises applying the resist matrix material in a series of elongate elements.

22. The method of claim 19, wherein the conductive contact composition comprises a conductive metallic paste that upon drying forms the conductive contact.