Two conductive metal plates are bonded together. Upon bonding, an oxide layer forms between them. The oxide layer is negligible thus the overall resistance of the plates is small. However I am having trouble finding this overall resistance, i.e., trying to find Cp and Rp.
Dimensions and properties of M1,M2, and the oxide layer are known.
Oxide thickness << M1 and M2 thickness
Parallel plate capacitance equation: C = epsilon A / t
Wire resistance equation: R = rho L /A
Loss tangent of capacitor and quality factor to get the parallel resistance
The Attempt at a Solution
The resistance of the oxide layer is high but how do I apply this to the overall resistance?
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