Typical Grinding and Joining Processes of Fine Ceramics
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Metallization refers to the process of affixing a metallic layer to the surface of a sintered body to form conductive patterns or provide hermetic sealing.

One method involves coating the ceramic surface with a paste containing metallic powder, and then applying high temperatures to burn this metallic layer onto the surface of the ceramic. A related method involves applying metallic layers through an electroplating process.

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