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  • noun

Synonyms for dielectric

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

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21) have reported that pure PP shows no dielectrically active relaxation process in comparison with MA-PP, which shows dielectric loss at ambient temperature and low frequency (10 Hz).
Developed in National's wafer fabrication site in Arlington, Texas, the VIP10 process is a high-speed, dielectrically isolated, complementary BiCMOS process that utilizes deep trench technology on a bonded wafer for complete dielectric isolation and optimal high-speed amplifier performance.
The CPC1590 MOSFET driver couples an infrared light emitting diode (LED) with proprietary photovoltaic integrated circuits fabricated with Clare's high voltage dielectrically isolated BCDMOS technology.
Both the medium and the particle were assumed to behave like dielectrically lossless materials with frequency-independent, real dielectric permittivity, and direct current conductivity.
Developed in National's wafer fabrication site in Arlington, Texas, VIP10C is a high-speed, dielectrically isolated, complementary BiCMOS process that utilizes deep trench technology on a bonded wafer for complete dielectric isolation and optimal high-speed amplifier performance.
It serves as an excellent binder for stiffness and fire retardation in vertical blind applications and is dielectrically heat-sealable, an essential property for automotive interiors.
The IceMOS "Engineered Substrate" offering includes Through Silicon Via (TSV) Substrates, Cavity Bonded Substrate, and Dielectrically Isolated Substrates.
The polymer molecular weight, extent of reaction, viscosity, and blend characteristics were related to dielectrically measured values.
The Syntra line is capable of being thermally, sonically or dielectrically sealed and, according to Mr.
The die is fabricated with Clare's high-voltage dielectrically isolated BCDMOS technology using Clare's Silicon-on-Insulator process and is assembled in a small 8-pin package.
If the shape of cells is ellipsoidal and each cell is arranged parallel to the extruded direction, the macroscopic dielectric constant has a maximum in the direction of major axis of ellipsoid even if both polymer and cells are dielectrically isotropic by themselves.