Thermoplastic-ceramic composites for electronics prepared by cryomilling
from SPE Plastics Research Online
Barium titanate, or BaTiO3, is a ceramic material with electrical properties that are of interest for electronic components such as capacitors, sensors and storage memories. However, it requires high processing temperatures that may be incompatible with the usual methods of fabricating devices or printed circuit boards. A way to overcome this problem is to use submicrometer BaTiO3 particles as a filler in a thermoplastic composite, so as to combine its useful electrical properties with the polymer's pliability and ease of processing.
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