PASSIVE COMPONENT INDUSTRY MAGAZINE NOVEMBER DECEMBER ISSUE 1999 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2

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FEATURE STORIES
BME MLCCs: Dielectrics in Motion
A look at the trend in the global MLCC industry to displace palladiumbased
electrodes with more cost-effective nickel and copper electrodes.
The Future of Palladium in MLCCs 12
A look at current and forecasted shipments of palladium
metal to the global ceramic capacitor industry.
22 Titanate Materials
A look at trends and directions in the dielectric
raw materials consumed in the production
of ceramic capacitors.
Transient Induced Failure of Miniature Resistors 25
BC Components describes the effects of transients on miniature resistors.
DEPARTMENTS
4 Letter From the Publisher
The publisher describes the focus of our second issue—ceramic capacitors.
5 Letter From ECA
ECA 2000: A Resource for the New Economy.
14 Featured Technical Paper
Nickel and Copper Powders for High Capacitance MLCC Manufacture.
28 Letter From EIA
EIA Completes the Transition to Alliance Structure.
29 Market Statistics
A look at changes in worldwide market demand for capacitors and resistors through November 1999.
31 Events
A brief review of CARTS–Europe 1999 in Lisbon, Portugal.
34 Newsmakers
New product offerings and important developments in the passive component industry.

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FEATURE STORIES BME MLCCs: Dielectrics in Motion A look at the trend in the global MLCC industry to displace palladiumbased electrodes with more cost-effective nickel and copper electrodes. The Future of Palladium in MLCCs 12 A look at current and forecasted shipments of palladium metal to the global ceramic capacitor industry. 22 Titanate Materials A look at trends and directions in the dielectric raw materials consumed in the production of ceramic capacitors. Transient Induced Failure of Miniature Resistors 25 BC Components describes the effects of transients on miniature resistors. DEPARTMENTS 4 Letter From the Publisher The publisher describes the focus of our second issue—ceramic capacitors. 5 Letter From ECA ECA 2000: A Resource for the New Economy. 14 Featured Technical Paper Nickel and Copper Powders for High Capacitance MLCC Manufacture. 28 Letter From EIA EIA Completes the Transition to Alliance Structure. 29 Market Statistics A look at changes in worldwide market demand for capacitors and resistors through November 1999. 31 Events A brief review of CARTS–Europe 1999 in Lisbon, Portugal. 34 Newsmakers New product offerings and important developments in the passive component industry.
Table of Contents FEATURE STORIES BME MLCCs: Dielectrics in Motion A look at the trend in the global MLCC industry to displace palladiumbased electrodes with more cost-effective nickel and copper electrodes. The Future of Palladium in MLCCs 12 A look at current and forecasted shipments of palladium metal to the global ceramic capacitor industry. 22 Titanate Materials A look at trends and directions in the dielectric raw materials consumed in the production of ceramic capacitors. Transient Induced Failure of Miniature Resistors 25 BC Components describes the effects of transients on miniature resistors. DEPARTMENTS 4 Letter From the Publisher The publisher describes the focus of our second issue—ceramic capacitors. 5 Letter From ECA ECA 2000: A Resource for the New Economy. 14 Featured Technical Paper Nickel and Copper Powders for High Capacitance MLCC Manufacture. 28 Letter From EIA EIA Completes the Transition to Alliance Structure. 29 Market Statistics A look at changes in worldwide market demand for capacitors and resistors through November 1999. 31 Events A brief review of CARTS–Europe 1999 in Lisbon, Portugal. 34 Newsmakers New product offerings and important developments in the passive component industry.

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