2010

Polymer/Carbon or Other Materials With Conductivity Approaching Copper and Aluminum

A company seeks a weight-saving alternative to sheets and wires of copper and aluminum that can operate at specific frequencies. The company wants to replace conductive casings, conductors, wires, grounding plates, and similar electronics structures with other materials that have similar conductive properties, but that are much lighter than copper and aluminum. Such materials might be carbon or polymer.

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