conductive paste


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conductive paste

[kən′dək·tiv ′pāst]
(medicine)
A substance applied to the skin to lower its electrical resistance in an area to which electrodes will be applied.
A gel applied to the skin to lower its acoustical impedance and to accommodate an ultrasonic probe; enables ultrasonic energy to penetrate to underlying tissues without severe attenuation at the skin interface.
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The method, called paste via method, consists of forming a circuit, drilling holes in the insulating film, and filling the holes with conductive paste. Since the paste via method does not use copper plating, it reportedly reduces the thickness of circuit boards by nearly 30% compared with that of traditional boards, Sumitomo Electric Industries says.
Dispensing an electrically conductive paste or semiliquid material in the precise location where the gasket is needed is a cost-effective method of gasketing for either metal or plastic enclosures.
This material is co-fired with silver electrode conductive paste at 950 [degrees] C.
In the conductive paste, part of the downturn in the PV sector negatively affected Ferro, which sold its business, mostly valued thanks to its IP assets, to Heraeus.
Material property control technology for reliably filling the newly developed conductive paste in the small-diameter via-holes of 100 micro-m or less.
Green Energy, Giga Solar, and Motech are leading Taiwanese firms in the fields of solar-energy silicon wafer, conductive paste, and battery, respectively.
In some MWT designs, there is a requirement to pull the conductive paste through the hole in the cell to form a conductive path, much like a pin-in-paste process.
The blend resistivity at room temperature was measured on 30 X 30 mm squares, using a Keithley multimeter, model 6517A Silver conductive paste was used to reduce the contact resistance.