Dielectric behavior discovered in electrically conductive thick film

  title={Dielectric behavior discovered in electrically conductive thick film},
  author={D. D. L. Chung and Jonah T. Bannon and Wenyi Yang},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics},
  pages={19605 - 19613}
Electrically conductive thick films are used for electrical interconnections in electronic packaging. They also serve as functional coatings for materials and structures. Although the conduction behavior has long been addressed, the dielectric behavior of these films has not been previously reported. The dielectric behavior impedes conduction. This work reports the dielectric behavior of a conductive thick film made from a paint comprising 7.9 vol.% graphite flakes, 89 vol.% volatile solvent… 
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