monolithic ceramic capacitor

monolithic ceramic capacitor

[‚män·ə′lith·ik sə′ram·ik kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electronics)
A capacitor that consists of thin dielectric layers interleaved with staggered metal-film electrodes; after leads are connected to alternate projecting ends of the electrodes, the assembly is compressed and sintered to form a solid monolithic block.
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A monolithic ceramic capacitor is an electronic component that stores and releases electrical energy.
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Murata has recognized the need for smaller monolithic ceramic capacitors with higher capacitance as electronic equipment continues to become smaller and lighter," said Karun Malhotra, Capacitor Marketing Manager for Murata Electronics North America.