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What is the difference between electrode paste and sealed electrode paste?

Electrode paste is a common packaging material for electronic components, used to seal and fix electrodes in circuits, providing protection and fixation. In daily work, we often encounter electrode paste and sealed electrode paste, which have slight differences in their use.

Firstly, electrode paste is usually a conductive material used to connect electrodes in a circuit, playing a conductive role. Sealed electrode paste is a non-conductive material mainly used for sealing and fixing electrodes in circuits, playing a role in dust prevention, moisture prevention, insulation, and protection.

Secondly, electrode paste usually requires a thin layer of coating to be applied to the circuit connection section during use to ensure electrical connection between the electrodes. And sealed electrode paste needs to seal the entire circuit to prevent external dust, moisture, and other impurities from damaging the circuit.

Again, the conductivity of electrode paste is usually good, and it can stably connect the electrodes in the circuit to ensure the normal operation of the circuit. The insulation performance of sealed electrode paste is relatively good, which can effectively prevent the influence of external impurities on the circuit.

Finally, the electrode paste usually forms a thin film at the circuit connection section to participate in the transmission and connection in the circuit. The sealed electrode paste is mainly used to protect the entire circuit and has a relatively small impact on the connected parts of the circuit.

Overall, although electrode paste and sealed electrode paste may have slight differences in function and use, they both play a crucial role in practical use. It is very important to choose the appropriate electrode paste or sealed electrode paste according to specific needs and scenarios. I hope the above is helpful to you.