Three formulas are available, including ALRAM 100 and ALRAM 200, which both are high-purity alumina for chemistry control, neutral to acidic chemistry and have controlled expansion properties, and MACRAM 100, a temperature product with basic (alkaline) chemistry and a high coefficient of thermal expansion.
What does HCTE stand for?
HCTE stands for High Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (expansion due to temperature change)
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- Human Cell and Tissue Establishment Registration (US FDA; database)
- Habitat Conservation Trust Fund (est. 2007; Canada)
- Health Care Trust Fund (various locations)
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- Health Care Training Institute (Birmingham, AL)
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Amidst these positive developments, the important technology challenges that exist in the development of piezoelectric materials and devices include inferior dielectric and piezoelectric properties of materials, narrow temperature range of PZT, unfavorable effect of high coefficient of thermal expansion, and fabrication of PZT-based wafers.