conductive paste


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conductive paste

1. A jelly-like substance capable of effecting a low electrical contact resistance between the skin and an electrode, as used in electrocardiography.
2. A gel used between the skin and an ultrasound transducer so as to reduce energy losses and improve the scanning performance.
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The prepared adhesive has the potential application to be used as a flexible packaging material in power electronic and microwave applications, or as a conductive paste for wearable radio-frequency devices, chip bonding and thermal interface materials.
Toyobo explained the use of a conductive paste deposited on a polyurethane elastomeric substrate for clothing with sensors to measure biological information such as perspiration, respiration, skin temperature, bending angle of the elbow, or ECG.
With the recently developed beacon(4), a conductive paste is printed on an electric circuit wiring pattern, to which electric components are mounted and connected with conductive adhesive.
The developed process eliminates many of the steps associated with conductive paste processes and delivers increased thermal conductivity.
A new flexible printed circuit uses circuit layers connected by conductive paste. The technology is based on metal nanoparticle technology developed by Sumitomo.
The product is a ceramic and stainless steel filled, high temperature, thermally conductive paste used to bond, seal and repair defects up to 3/8" in cross-section in cast iron, steel and stainless steel components and structures up to 2000degF (1093degC).
Both opposite surfaces of samples were coated with thin conductive paste to diminish contact resistances before the test.
Among specific topics are domain wall engineering in lead-free piezoelectric materials, fabricating dielectric/conductive hybrid artificial superlattices using the molecular beam epitaxy method, zinc self-diffusion in isotopic heterostructures zinc oxide thin films, electrical properties of conductive paste with silver nanoparticles and its application to flexible substrates, piezoelectric ceramics for high-temperature applications, the mixed conduction of proton and electron in tungsten phosphate glass and its hydrogen transport, and thermophysical behavior in crystalline halides with temperature.
The washable, non-drying formulation of Ten20 Conductive paste makes cleaning up easy and quick.
According to DKN Research (dknresearch.com) and Ohtsu, Japan-based NY Industries, the new thick-film circuit system uses a specially formed conductive paste on heat-resistant substrates such as polyimide and PEN.