Novel manganese (Mn) based antiperovskite material systems have been reported to have Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (TCR) in the range of+ 0.09 to+ 46 ppm/C. Such extremely low values of TCR make these materials an ideal choice to replace existing thin film resistor systems like NiCr and TaN, which are reaching their current limit at±5 ppm/C. These ultra-precise passive components find use in applications such as medical diagnostics, industrial automation and military systems, where they must maintain a stable resistance value across an extreme temperature range of-55 to+ 155 C throughout their lifetime.
|Media of output||Northumbria repository|
|Number of pages||220|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|