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Synonyms for dielectric

a material such as glass or porcelain with negligible electrical or thermal conductivity

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In an earlier article (JCT Coatings Tech, June 2010), I presented information on dielectric analysis (DEA) of coatings, which involves monitoring changes in dielectric properties such as resistivity or ion mobility with temperature or time in response to the application of an electric field.
The demand of composite dielectric materials derived from heterogeneous systems where matrix phase is insulating polymer and the dispersed phase is conductive additives are increasingly gaining importance because of their potential applications in aerospace, electrical, and electronic fields such as shielding enclosures, capacitors, sensors, microwave absorber, etc.
Dielectric resonator antennas (DRAs) have largely been emphasized in the past two decades because of several attractive features such as small size and light weight.
The thickness of the gate dielectric in LSI grows progressively thinner with each new generation of CMOS process technology.
You now have long, skinny dielectric lines, which raises questions about the mechanical stability of the dielectrics.
Currently available LTCC materials have relatively low dielectric constants of about 10; new ceramics with higher permittivities are required to develop integrated filters and capacitors.
As the first microprocessor manufacturers to announce the use of immersion lithography and ultra-low-K interconnect dielectrics for the 45nm technology generation, AMD and IBM continue to blaze a trail of innovation in microprocessor process technology," said Nick Kepler, vice president of logic technology development at AMD.
A NIST researcher has played an important role in influencing the semiconductor industry to refute the previously accepted thermochemical model (or "E-model") of dielectric breakdown of reliability of ultrathin silicon dioxide.
The benefit of using high-k gate dielectrics for flash memory is it enables an increased gate coupling ratio thus allowing increased packing densities.
In the past 40 years, a large portion of the work was related to electronic materials, including ferroelectrics, piezoelectrics, ionic conductors, dielectrics, microwave dielectrics, and high-temperature superconductors.
provides specialty materials for the electronics industry with a focus on advanced dielectrics for semiconductor manufacturing.
Thin silicon dioxide dielectrics exhibit high tunneling current and the impact on device reliability is not well understood.
This new patent covers chemical compositions for several silicon based materials used mainly as interlevel dielectrics in integrated circuit (IC) manufacturing, typically in applications requiring high aspect ratio gap-fill and planarization combined with thermo-mechanical robustness and optimized electrical performance.