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Title: The Investigation of 6mu Biaxially Oriented Polyethylene 2, 6, -Naphthalate As a Possible Dielectric For Pulse Power Capacitors
Authors: Yen, S.P.S.
Lowry, L.
Cygan, P.J.
Jow, T.R.
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Citation: Costa Mesa, California, USA
Abstract: The introduction of polythylene -2, 6-Naphthalate (PEN) semicrystalline film with thicknesses of 0.9mu, 1.5mu, 4.0Mu and community. Its unique chemical and high temparterure stability, as well as superior thermo-mechanical properties allow ultra thin ( 2mu) PEN film to be processed into miniature multilayer chip capacitors for surface mount technology (SMT) application that can be used with standard soldering techniques.
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