Silicon dioxide is currently used as a gate dielectric material
in the semiconductor industry, and it is considered necessary to measure oxide film thicknesses between 1.0 nm and 2.5 nm with a relative uncertainty (3[sigma]) of [+ or -]4 %.
Also, the analysis starts with free space, then progresses to dielectric material
, lossy dielectric material
and, finally, frequency-dependent material.
An elastic dielectric material
will return to its original shape between thermal excursions, and one can imagine that a developing interconnection crack could close between thermal excursions.
The capacitors use a strontium-titanate based dielectric material
that exhibits a negligible piezoelectric/electrostrictive effect.
(8.) Altera application note 528: "PCB Dielectric Material
Selection and Fiber Weave Effect on High-Speed Channel Routing," www.altera.com/literature/an/an528.pdf.
The dielectric material
of the capacitors used in these networks withstand high voltage strength.
Dielectric resonator filters are constructed of resonators comprising cylindrical rods or tubes of dielectric material
usually mounted on a dielectric substrate in the proximity of supporting microstrip circuitry.
Once the crack has initiated, damage accumulation begins to accelerate in response to the dielectric material
losing elasticity and being plastically deformed.
These connectors are made of a high-density dielectric material
enabling them to offer a -65[degrees]C to +150[degrees]C operating temperature range.
Thermal cycle failures include failures of either the copper interconnections or the dielectric material
The touch surface can be designed with virtually any dielectric material
including glass, plastic, marble or any rough or smooth surface less than 25 min thick.