Electroceramics in Japan I
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Electroceramics have long furthered the development of electronics, and underpin modern-day high-technology. The development of electroceramics in Japan has been especially marked: many new electroceramics such as ferrites, varistors and sensors, as well as superior manufacturing technologies have been the result.
This book presents the proceedings of the 17th Electronic Division Meeting held in October 1997 in Japan. This is the first English-language volume of a new -series, which is intended to be published annually. The purpose of this series is to encourage the rapid exchange of new results in the important field of electroceramics.
1. Dielectric Materials. 2. Piezoelectric Materials. 3. Superconductor, Conductor and Magnetic Materials. 4. Thin Films. 5. Grain Boundary Phenomena. 6. Battery Related Materials.