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thick film

A layer of magnetic, semiconductor or metallic material that is thicker than the microscopic layers of the transistors on a chip. For example, metallic thick films are silk screened onto the ceramic base of hybrid microcircuits. Contrast with thin film.
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Impedance spectroscopy and dielectric spectroscopy of the bulk and thick film composites are performed by using the HP4194A Impedance Analyzer at varying frequencies from 100 Hz to 20 MHz.
Compared to thin film resistors, thick film technology can handle more power, withstand higher surge conditions, and give resistance values up to 10 T[OMEGA].
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Thick Film Devices market to grow at a CAGR of 12.2 percent over the period 2014-2019.
Thick film paste was prepared by thoroughly mixing AR grade (99.999% purity) ZnO and CuO with anhydrous Zn[Cl.sub.2] as an adhesive agent, followed by grinding in a mortar and ethylene glycol as a binder.
SANYO offers a variety of products including amorphous solar cells, resource-saving ultra-miniature transistors, hard-wired logic integrated chips and thick film integrated chips.
A thick film dielectric and conductor system improves the mounting of silicon ICs to aluminum substrates.
* Thick film links can also be dispensed through a moving capillary to direct write a pattern
has announced the availability of a new touch-up kit featuring Series FC22 Epoxoline, which is a 100% solids, thick film lining that can be applied in one coat.
HAVERHILL, MA -- DKN Research (dknresearch.com) and NY Industries have developed an embedded passive technology built on thin multilayer thick film flexible substrates.
Grote Industries' (www.grote.com) LightForm material embeds energy-thrifty light emitting diodes (LEDs) into a pliable 1-mm thick film. Grote says the material consists of a top substrate, bare-die LEDs, a laminating layer, and a bottom substrate.