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Gold Bulletin

, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 13–15 | Cite as

A new generation of thick-film gold conductor pastes

Improved properties of glass-free preparations
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Abstract

Good adhesion, high conductivity, ease of bonding and compatibility with other components are the characteristics of new types of gold conductor pastes for screen printing on to ceramics substrates.

Keywords

Gold Film Screen Printing Ceramic Substrate Peel Test Gold Metallisation 
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© World Gold Council 1975

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  • T. H. L.

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