Murata Develops World’s Smallest Monolithic Ceramic Capacitor


The Japanese company Murata has developed the world’s smallest millimeter-scale monolithic ceramic capacitor that measures 0.25 mm × 0.125 mm. The volume of this new capacitor is approximately 25% of the predominant monolithic capacitor presently used in smartphones.

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