electroceramics

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electroceramics

[i‚lek·trō·sə′ram·iks]
(materials)
Ceramic materials having electrical and other properties which make them suitable for use as insulators for power lines and in electrical components.
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Bentwas Co-Founder and President of Continuum, a venture-funded company commercializing products based on solid-state electroceramic materials.
Focused Sessions - special sessions focusing on transparent electronic ceramics, geopolymers and electroceramic materials for sensors.
Sheffield) outlined critical issues related to the local structure of perovskite-type materials--primary candidates for many electroceramic applications ranging from medical ultrasound to data storage to wireless communications--and showed how Raman spectroscopy can be used to probe structural details in these materials.
Henkel Corporation has developed Alodine[R] EC2[TM] ElectroCeramic Coating, a new multifunctional base coating designed to provide chemical, corrosion, temperature, and abrasion resistance for light metals that are exposed to harsh operating conditions.
For light metal substrates, Henkel Corporation has developed a multifunctional base coating, Alodine EC2 ElectroCeramic Coating, designed to provide chemical, corrosion, temperature and abrasion resistance while reducing parts processing costs.
Ionotec, Runcorn, Cheshire Manufacturing: electroceramic materials and devices.
We are developing a family of electroceramic components, which sense pressure or chemical changes in the environment and then make a motion, change color or exude a chemical," Newnham told SCIENCE NEWS.
com/research/06dccb/advances_in_electr) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Advances in Electroceramic Materials II: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 221" to their offering.
Selected Application of Electroceramic Materials and Devices
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However, these electroceramics have some disadvantages, such as high acoustic impedance, mechanical quality factor, low piezo- and pyroelectric figure of merit and a lack of mechanical flexibility.
MTC ElectroCeramics Launches Ultrasound Sensors and Piezo-