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Whitcombe et al. " Chimeric polymers formed from a monomer capable of free radical, oxidative and electrochemical polymerisation …", Chemical Communication, 2759, 2009 2) Dhana Lakshmi, A. Bossi et al. “Electrochemical Sensor for Catechol and Dopamine Based on a Catalytic Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-Conducting Polymer Hybrid Recognition Element …” Anal. , 2009, 81 (9), pp 3576–3584 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE CRANFIELD BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTRE (CBC) SMART MATERIALS GROUP WITIN CRANFIELD HEALTH, CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY, UK: Cranfield University, UK, is an internationally recognized centre of excellence in the field of Polymers, Imprinted Polymers (MIPs) and sensors research.

Therefore, for a safe operating margin, a sub-micron particle size distribution is generally desirable. However, this does not absolutely preclude the printing of slightly larger particles, up to about 5 m although the reliability of printing would be expected to be reduced. Figure 1 shows an image of the drops produced using a Xaar Omnidot 760 GS8 inkjet printhead captured using an Optica drop evaluation system. Paper 4 Page 2 of 6 pages Polymers in Defence & Aerospace Applications 2010 10-11 February 2010 – Hamburg, Germany Figure 1 – Image of 24pL ink drops produced using a Xaar Omnidot 760 GS8 printhead captured using an Optica drop visualisation system APPLICATION AREAS Over the last five years, the application scope of inkjet printing has broadened tremendously.

Moreover, the use of special fillers like talc and mica can further improve the dielectric loss [17, 15]. Figure 5 shows the dielectric constant of the new LuVo Board, FR4 and the HF substrate RO4350b. 4. 7. The curves actually describe the results of the standard (without previous treatment) and the dried samples, which are overlapped. These results indicate that the moisture uptake of these three substrates has no influence on the dielectric constant. 1 – 1 GHz Figure 6 depicts the dissipation factor of the LuVo Board substrate in comparison to RO4350b and FR4 in a frequency range of 100 MHz to 1 GHz.

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