Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: of Omega's OT-201 High Conductive Paste placed between the housing and surface can improve thermal response. The sensor includes a 100 ohm Class A DIN Platinum element connected to 1 meter (40") of PFA insulated & jacketed cable and a 3-pin miniature connector.
- Sensed Temperature Range: -76 to 446 F
- Input Options: RTD Inputs
- # of Inputs / Channels: 1 #
- Display Type: None - No Display
Supplier: Morgan Advanced Materials
Description: The Wesgo Metals business of Morgan Technical Ceramics manufactures and supplies high-purity, low vapour pressure brazing alloys in various forms. Precious and non-precious alloys are available in atomized powder, discs, evaporation slugs, extrudable paste, FlexibrazeTM, preforms, ribbon, rings
- Form / Shape: Paste, Powder, Solid Wire, Strip / Sheet / Foil
- Melting Range: 3216 F
Description: exceptionally smooth sidewalls for highly efficient paste transfer - even when dealing with square apertures. Supporting an advanced throughput level and more efficient print processes, VectorGuard Platinum is a pioneering stencil solution to meet the challenges of the next generation. Benefits
Supplier: Metalor Technologies USA Corporation
Description: have developed front and rear side metallization paste systems for the manufacture of solar cells. We are committed to work with leading suppliers on innovative solutions for next generation cells. We collaborate with formulators on next generation products via joint development agreements (JDA´
- Metal / Alloy Types: Noble / Precious Metal
Supplier: JUMO Process Control, Inc.
Description: a platinum-chip temperature sensor which is inserted into a ceramic sleeve that is open at one end. Accordingly, this style also belongs to the category of temperature sensors which are manufactured using thin-film technology. After inserting the platinum-chip temperature sensor, the opening
- Sensor Type: RTD Element
- Measurement/Display Range (°F): -94 to 572 F
- Measurement/Display Range (°C): -70 to 300 C
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SURFACE-MODIFIED FERRITIC INTERCONNECT MATERIALS FOR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS
at 950o C for 24 hours) with platinum paste electrodes at different exposure times............................................................................................
Evidence of the Current Collector Effect: Study of the SOFC Cathode Material Ca 3 Co 4 O 9+δ
The influence of both gold and platinum paste or grid current collectors on pure and composite (Ca349 + 30 wt.% Gd�?doped ceria) is studied, using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS).
Electrode-Contact Spreading Resistance Phenomena in Doped-Lanthanum Gallate Ceramics
Impedance spectra of La0.8Sr0.2Ga0.83Mg0.17O2.815 ceramics were measured using gold and platinum paste , and sputtered gold electrodes.
Micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cells on Glass Ceramic Substrates
The anode is a sputtered platinum film and the cathode is made of a spray pyrolysis (SP)�?deposited lanthanum strontium cobalt iron oxide (LSCF), a sputtered platinum film and platinum paste .
Monolithic solid oxide fuel cell technology advancement for coal-based power generation. Final report, September 1989--March 1994
3.3.1 Lona-TermEffects of Operationof the Cathode Platinum paste screen current collectors were applied to a series of symmetric CE/E/CE (SC 1193) composites.
A morphological investigation of electrodes for solid electrolytes
The materials include platinum paste which is utilized as electrodes for high-temperature oxygen-ion-conducting ZrO2 electrolytes and for low-temperature solid-state protonic electrolytes.
Fully Plastic Dye Solar Cell Devices by Low�?Temperature UV�?Irradiation of both the Mesoporous TiO 2 Photo�? and Platinized Counter�?Electrodes
Platinum counter-electrodes on FTO/glass were prepared by screen printing a Pt-1 Dyesol platinum paste and subsequently treated at 420 °C for 15 mins.
Catalytic materials manufactured by the polyol process for monolithic dye�?sensitized solar cells
The tin dioxide covered with platinum paste contains less volume of solid material compared to the organic binder thus after printing it does not create a continuous layer due to which it cannot be used as a conductive material.
Thick-film gold and platinum conducing paths for high temperature electronics
Also platinum pastes for conductive paths resistant to high temperatures (over 600o C) were .
Thermodynamic and kinetic studies of some Group III and Group V elements and alloys by solid state electrochemical techniques
Englehard unfluxed platinum paste (No. 6926) inside the CSZ tube end.
The effect of artificial saliva on the rheological properties of tooth whitening systems
These graphs show that at low stresses, the Orthana increases the elasticity of the Colgate Platinum paste , although it has been shown to decrease apparent viscosity.
Proceedings of the fuel cells `94 contractors review meeting
Initially, platinum paste was used for this purpose.
Development, characterization, and evaluation of materials for open cycle MHD. Quarterly report, March 1977
The base o f the c a v i t y i n the c y l i n d e r i s coated w i t h platinum paste and dried.
Proceedings of the ninth IEA workshop on radiation effects in ceramic insulators
Similarexperimentalconditions to our previous study’, namely temperatures of 290-690 K and applied voltage of 93 kV/m are used in this study, except that the previous study used a sample thickness of 230 jm and platinum paste electrodes.
Electrolytic protection to reduce high-temperature oxidation
The common electrode material was sin- tered platinum paste , although sputtered platinum was used for a few tests.