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Introduction to Electrochemical Capacitors in Pulse Power Applications
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8/24/2001   Post a comment
Electrochemical (EC) capacitors provide very high capacitance (farads to kilofarads) in small volumes. Daniel W. O'Brien of North American Capacitor Co. (NACC) describes the technology behind these high energy-storage components and discusses several EC capacitor applications.
Vishay strikes deal to acquire General Semiconductor
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8/1/2001   Post a comment
Vishay Intertechnology has agreed to acquire General Semiconductor Inc. in a $538.9 million stock transaction exchanging half a Vishay share for each General Semiconductor share.


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