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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Apart from demand for electroceramics, resurgent growth in the residential construction, coupled with various infrastructure development projects, is a significant growth determinant for the advanced ceramics market in APEJ.
Objective: Electroceramics are key materials in all electronics.
Schmuki, "Influence of different fluoride containing electrolytes on the formation of self-organized titania nanotubes by Ti anodization," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Miao, "Nanoscale characterization of resistive switching using advanced conductive atomic force microscopy based setups," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Kim, "Energy harvesting MEMS device based on thin film piezoelectric cantilevers," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Cook-Chennault, "Fabrication of dome-shaped PZT-epoxy actuator using modified solvent and spin coating technique," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Fan, "First-principle studies of the electronic structure and reflectivity of LaTiO 3 and Sr doped LaTiO 3 (La 1-xSr xTiO 3)," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Acosta, "Giant electric-field-induced strains in lead-free ceramics for actuator applications-status and perspective," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Thomsen, "Triaxial MEMS accelerometer with screen printed PZT thick film," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Guyomar, "Energy harvesting using piezoelectric materials: case of random vibrations," Journal of Electroceramics, vol.
Fujitsu Laboratories has improved on methods for forming thin films (nanoparticle deposition(2)) of electroceramics on flexible mounting sheets to create capacitors and other passive elements.
Nano-positioning system using linear ultrasonic motor with "shaking beam", Journal of Electroceramics 12(3): 169-173.