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Title: Tape casting and dielectric properties of Zn2Te3O8-based ceramics with an ultra-low sintering temperature
Authors: Honkamo, J
Jantunen, H
Subodh, G
Sebastian, M T
Mohanan, P
Keywords: Titanium dioxide (TiO2)
Low-temperature cofired ceramics (LTCC)
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: American Ceramic Society
Citation: International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology 6(4):531-536;Jul 2009
Abstract: The suitability of dielectric ceramics made of zinc tellurate (Zn2Te3O8) and titanium dioxide (TiO2) with an ultra-low sintering temperature (6501C) for tape casting and thus for the multimodule technique with Al electrodes was investigated.The properties of the tape before and after sintering as well as the amount of organic additives for the casting process and a thermal analysis of the tape up to 10001C are reported. In addition, electrodes on a multilayer module made on stacked tapes were prepared using Al paste and postfiring, followed by relative permittivity and loss tangent measurements to verify the electrical performance of the whole structure. The dielectric properties of the stacked module without any electrodes were also measured. The results show that the composition is well suited for the tape process but extra care should be taken especially with the proper sintering temperature for optimized electrical performance
ISSN: 1744-7402‎
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