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Recent Advances in the Solid-State Electrolytic Capacitor

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1 Author(s)
A. Fraioli ; Capacitor Dept. Lab., N.Y.

The tremendous interest in the solid-state capacitor is due to the cornbination of superior technical characteristics with very small size and large "bulk" capacity. Present literature shows 35 vdc and 85°C voltage and temperature limitations. Through the analysis of units made to operate at the extended limits of 100 vdc and 150&degC, a model has been proposed which serves to explain four sets of anomalous and apparently unrelated electrical characteristics found in this type of unit.

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IRE Transactions on Component Parts  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )