Fundamentals, processes and applications of high-permittivity polymer matrix composites

Abstract : There is an increasing need for high-permittivity (high-k) materials due to rapid development of electrical/electronic industry. It is well-known that single composition materials cannot meet the high-k need. The combination of dissimilar materials is expected to be an effective way to fabricate composites with high-k, especial for high-k polymer-matrix composites (PMC). This review paper focuses on the important role and challenges of high-k PMC in new technologies. The use of different materials in the PMC creates interfaces which have a crucial effect on final dielectric properties. Therefore it is necessary to understand dielectric properties and processing need before the high-k PMC can be made and applied commercially. Theoretical models for increasing dielectric permittivity are summarized and are used to explain the behavior of dielectric properties. The effects of fillers, fabrication processes and the nature of the interfaces between fillers and polymers are discussed. Potential applications of high-k PMC are also discussed.
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Zhi-Min Dang, Jin-Kai Yuan, Jun-Wei Zha, Tao Zhou, Sheng-Tao Li, et al.. Fundamentals, processes and applications of high-permittivity polymer matrix composites. Progress in Materials Science, Elsevier, 2012, 57 (4), pp.660-723. ⟨10.1016/j.pmatsci.2011.08.001⟩. ⟨hal-00778424⟩



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