CERAMICS PRESENT A GREAT DIVERSITY OF ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES FROM SUPERCONDUCTORS TO THE BEST ELECTRIC INSULATION.
Ceramics for electronic use are the most varied in their composition and use. They include electrical insulators (Al2O3, MgO, SiO2, Si3N4, AlN, etc.), semiconductors (SiC, Cu2O, ZnO, TiO2, etc.), electrical conductors (ReO3, MoSi2, LaB6, Ti3SiC2, etc.), ionic conductors (YSZ) or magnetic ceramics with ferrite (Fe3O4, NiFe2O4, etc.).
These ceramics represent 75% of the worldwide turnover for technical ceramics and their applications are numerous: substrate, capacitor, varistor, sensor, heating elements, solid electrolyte, piezoelectric or superconductor, etc.
For each of these applications, the selection and implementation of these ceramic materials determine the final properties of the components.
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