Inkjet deposition of ceramic particles for thin-film and field abatement applications
Inkjet deposition of ceramic particles for thin film and field abatement applications
"This thesis can be viewed as an exploration of potential uses of inkjet technology in ceramic engineering. Two applications were explored in which drop-on-demand inkjetting was used as a technique for deposition of ceramic particles. The first dealt with processing of CeO₂ inks and thin films, and the second dealt with technology for multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs)."--Introduction, page .
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
x, 81 pages
© 2003 Jason Guy Bodson, All rights reserved.
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Thin films -- Technique
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Bodson, Jason Guy, "Inkjet deposition of ceramic particles for thin-film and field abatement applications" (2003). Masters Theses. 2349.