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(in'sŭ-lā'tŏr),
A nonconducting substance used as insulation.
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Electrical Insulator Market 2019 Global Industry Forecast to 2023 is latest report published by Market Research Future.
For the above details, the proposed electrical insulator defect detection method is inspired by human brain RF model, which is followed in [21].
Silicone tape is amazing stuff: Its an electrical insulator and it resists just about everything (oil, solvents, acids, salt water).
It is an excellent electrical insulator with a volume resistivity of 1x[10.sup.15] ohm cm and can handle service over the wide temperature range of -65 to 400[degrees]F.
EP21TDCHT-LO is a desirable electrical insulator and will resist most chemicals, including water, oils and many organic solvents.
The OEM, not having access to automated cleaning once the final assembly is complete, strongly advocated leaving RMA flux residues on the assembly, since rosin is an excellent electrical insulator and often results in higher surface insulation resistance (SIR) levels than bare, fully cleaned boards.
While the researchers claimed to have created first 3D nanobatteries last December, it has taken them this long in making single nanowire devices, circumventing the electrode problem they'd been facing by placing the cathode inside the nanowire, using PEO as the gel-like electrolyte that stores lithium ions and also serves as an electrical insulator between nanowires in an array.The team chose polyaniline (PANI) as the cathode, an easily synthesizeable polymer, and drop-coated the widened alumina pores, the insides, the electrodes and leaves tubes with PEO.
Electrical Insulator, Technical Report on Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES), submitted to the
The cured adhesive is also a superior electrical insulator, further expanding its usefulness.
* Dielectric: A material which is an electrical insulator, having the capability to store electricity and to discharge electricity instantly.
With resistance to many chemicals, including water, oil and fuels, it is also an electrical insulator. EP31 has a versatile cure schedule and can cure at room temperature or quickly at elevated temperatures.
* A hardened compound of electrical insulator with a volume resistivity greater than 1,012 ohm-cm.

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