Dielectric Behavior of an Electrically Conductive Metal-Particle Thick Film

  title={Dielectric Behavior of an Electrically Conductive Metal-Particle Thick Film},
  author={Garrett C. Thomas and D. D. L. Chung},
  journal={Journal of Electronic Materials},
  pages={3005 - 3013}
Electrically conductive metal-particle thick films made from paints upon volatile component evaporation are widely used for electrical contacts and interconnections. Prior work on the electrical behavior of these films addressed the electrical conduction behavior only. This work provides the first report of the dielectric behavior, which impedes conduction. The metal is silver flake amounting to 37.5 vol.% of the film, which is obtained from the paint by room-temperature drying. The paint… 



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