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JP2013211357A
JP2013211357A JP2012079613A JP2012079613A JP2013211357A JP 2013211357 A JP2013211357 A JP 2013211357A JP 2012079613 A JP2012079613 A JP 2012079613A JP 2012079613 A JP2012079613 A JP 2012079613A JP 2013211357 A JP2013211357 A JP 2013211357A
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Kotaro Mizuno
高太郎 水野
Yukihiro Konishi
幸宏 小西
Katsuya Taniguchi
克哉 谷口
Jun Nishikawa
潤 西川
Hisashi Omotani
寿士 重谷
Yuichi Kasuya
雄一 粕谷
Shohei Kitamura
翔平 北村
Yusuke Kowase
裕介 小和瀬
Maki Inoue
真希 井上
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The present invention provides a multilayer ceramic capacitor that can effectively suppress vibrations that cause noise while satisfying the needs for downsizing and large capacity.
A monolithic ceramic capacitor 10-1 includes a continuous electrode portion CEP, a continuous electrode portion CEP, and an electric electrode at a central portion of 14 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center of the lamination direction among 26 internal electrode layers 13. The first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a coexisting with at least one isolated electrode portion IEP that is not continuous.
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Description

  The present invention relates to a multilayer ceramic capacitor including a capacitor body having a structure in which a plurality of internal electrode layers are stacked via a dielectric layer.

  In this type of multilayer ceramic capacitor, a mechanical strain due to an electrostrictive effect is generated in a dielectric layer interposed between the internal electrode layers due to an electric field generated between facing portions of adjacent internal electrode layers in the stacking direction. Vibration occurs in the multilayer ceramic capacitor. By the way, it is well known that the vibration is the cause of so-called noise that occurs when a multilayer ceramic capacitor is mounted on a circuit board.

  As a suitable method for suppressing the vibration (sound), (1) a method of suppressing the mechanical strain by forming the dielectric layer with a low dielectric constant material, and (2) dividing the internal electrode layer into two. There is known a method of suppressing the mechanical distortion by a portion formed only by a dielectric layer existing in the middle as such a shape (see Patent Document 1 described later).

  However, in order to secure a large capacitance by the method (1), an increase in the number of internal electrode layers and dielectric layers cannot be avoided. difficult. Moreover, since it is unavoidable to increase the size of the multilayer ceramic capacitor in order to secure a large capacitance by the method (2), it is difficult to satisfy the recent needs for downsizing and large capacity.

JP 2004-193352 A

  An object of the present invention is to provide a multilayer ceramic capacitor that can effectively suppress vibrations that cause noise while satisfying the needs for miniaturization and large capacity.

  In order to achieve the above object, a multilayer ceramic capacitor comprising a capacitor body having a structure in which a plurality of internal electrode layers are stacked via a dielectric layer, wherein at least a center in a stacking direction of the plurality of internal electrode layers is provided. The existing at least one internal electrode layer has a first isolated electrode portion possessing portion in which a continuous electrode portion and an isolated electrode portion that is not electrically continuous with the continuous electrode portion coexist in the central portion thereof, It is characterized by that.

  According to the present invention, since the isolated electrode portion exists in the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion, the internal electrode layers adjacent to each other in the stacking direction (at least one of the internal electrode layers having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion) The electric field generated between the opposing portions is smaller than that in the case where both do not have the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion, thereby causing mechanical strain due to the electrostrictive effect in the dielectric layer interposed between the internal electrode layers. The vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor is effectively suppressed by reducing the mechanical strain. Therefore, even when the multilayer ceramic capacitor is mounted on the circuit board, the noise caused by the vibration can be effectively suppressed by suppressing the vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor.

  In addition, what kind of aspect is the isolated electrode part of one of the first isolated electrode parts owned by the other of the internal electrode layers (at least one of the internal electrode layers having the first isolated electrode part owned part) in the stacking direction? Even if facing each other, a series capacitance can be formed between the isolated electrode portion and the other, so that the capacitance formed between the two is compensated by the series capacitance, effectively reducing the capacitance of the multilayer ceramic capacitor. Can be suppressed.

  In short, according to the present invention, it is possible to effectively suppress vibrations that cause noise while satisfying the needs for miniaturization and large capacity, and thus the intended purpose can be achieved accurately.

  The above object and other objects, structural features, and operational effects of the present invention will become apparent from the following description and the accompanying drawings.

1A is a longitudinal sectional view of the multilayer ceramic capacitor according to the first embodiment cut at the center in the width direction; FIG. 2B is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB of FIG. 1A of the multilayer ceramic capacitor. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which follows. 2A is a top view of the internal electrode layer having the first isolated electrode portion possessed portion of the internal electrode layers shown in FIG. 1A and FIG. 1B; FIG. Of the internal electrode layers shown in FIG. 1 (A) and FIG. 1 (B), the internal electrode layer has the first isolated electrode portion possessed portion, and the internal electrode layer and the dielectric layer shown in FIG. FIG. 2C is an enlarged view of the portion having the first isolated electrode portion shown in FIGS. 2A and 2B. FIG. 3A and FIG. 3B are explanatory diagrams of the suppression of the decrease in capacitance realized by the isolated electrode portion owned by the first isolated electrode portion. 4 (A) and 4 (B) are longitudinal sectional views corresponding to FIGS. 1 (A) and 1 (B) showing a modification of the multilayer ceramic capacitor shown in FIGS. 1 (A) and 1 (B). FIG. 5A is a longitudinal sectional view of the multilayer ceramic capacitor according to the second embodiment cut at the center in the width direction; FIG. 5B is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB of FIG. 5A of the multilayer ceramic capacitor. It is a longitudinal cross-sectional view which follows. FIG. 6A shows an upper surface of the internal electrode layer having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion of the internal electrode layers shown in FIGS. 5A and 5B. FIG. 6 (B) has a first isolated electrode portion possessing portion and a second isolated electrode portion possessing portion of the internal electrode layers shown in FIGS. 5 (A) and 5 (B), and FIG. 6A is a top view of the internal electrode layer facing the internal electrode layer shown in FIG. 6A through the dielectric layer; FIG. 6C is the second view shown in FIG. 2A and FIG. It is an enlarged view of the isolated electrode part possessed part of. FIGS. 7A and 7B are explanatory diagrams of a method for forming the second isolated electrode portion possessed portion shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B. FIGS. 8A and 8B are top views corresponding to FIGS. 6A and 6B, showing a modification of the internal electrode layer shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B. It is. FIGS. 9A and 9B correspond to FIGS. 6A and 6B showing another modification of the internal electrode layer shown in FIGS. 6A and 6B. It is a top view. 10 (A) and 10 (B) correspond to FIGS. 6 (A) and 6 (B) showing still another modified example of the internal electrode layer shown in FIGS. 6 (A) and 6 (B). FIG. FIG. 11 is a longitudinal sectional view corresponding to FIG. 5B of the multilayer ceramic capacitor having the internal electrode layer shown in FIGS. 10A and 10B. 12 (A) and 12 (B) correspond to FIGS. 6 (A) and 6 (B) showing another modification of the internal electrode layer shown in FIGS. 6 (A) and 6 (B). It is a top view. FIGS. 13A and 13B are vertical cross-sectional views corresponding to FIGS. 5A and 5B, showing a modification of the multilayer ceramic capacitor shown in FIGS. 5A and 5B. FIG.

<< First Embodiment >>
<Structure of multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1>
First, the structure of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 will be described. In the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 shown in FIGS. 1A and 1B, the reference dimensions of length, width and height are length> width = height or length>width>. A capacitor body 11 having a substantially rectangular parallelepiped shape having a height relationship and a pair of external electrodes 12 provided at both ends in the length direction of the capacitor body 11 are provided.

  The capacitor body 11 has a structure in which 26 internal electrode layers 13 are stacked via a dielectric layer 14, and a margin (only a dielectric layer 14 is stacked on the upper and lower sides in the height direction). There is no sign). Although the actual number of internal electrode layers in an actual multilayer ceramic capacitor corresponding to miniaturization and large capacity reaches 100 or more, there is a relationship with the drawings. The structure and the like will be described for convenience (the same applies to the second embodiment described later).

  Each internal electrode 13 is made of a metal such as nickel, copper, palladium, silver, etc., and each has a substantially rectangular outline with a thickness of about 1 μm. Of the 26 internal electrode layers 13, the left side of the odd-numbered internal electrode layer 13 from the top is electrically connected to the left external electrode 12, and the right side of the even-numbered internal electrode layer 13 from the top is the right external side. It is electrically connected to the electrode 12.

  Each dielectric layer 14 and upper and lower margins are made of ferroelectrics such as barium titanate, strontium titanate, calcium titanate, magnesium titanate, calcium zirconate, calcium zirconate titanate, barium zirconate, and titanium oxide. Each dielectric layer 14 has a thickness of about 1 μm, and the upper margin and the lower margin have a thickness of about 40 μm.

  As shown in FIG. 1, among the 26 internal electrode layers 13, the 14 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center in the stacking direction have a first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a to be described later in the central portion. Yes. FIG. 2A shows the upper surface of odd-numbered internal electrode layers 13 from the top in FIG. 1 among the 14 internal electrode layers 13 having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, and FIG. 1 shows the upper surface of the even-numbered internal electrode layers 13 from the top in FIG. 1 among the 14 internal electrode layers 13.

  TDA1 indicated by a two-dot chain line in FIG. 1 indicates a three-dimensional region corresponding to the “center in the stacking direction” in the previous paragraph, and the three-dimensional region is opposed to the internal electrode layer 13 adjacent in the stacking direction. When the length of the portion is L1, the width is W1, and the height at which the 26 internal electrode layers 13 exist is H1, the dimension obtained by subtracting L2 and L3 from the length L1 and the dimension obtained by subtracting W2 and W3 from the width W1. And is generally specified by the dimension obtained by subtracting H2 and H3 from the height H1. Further, “the central portion” in the preceding paragraph is generally specified by the dimension obtained by subtracting L2 and L3 from the length L1 and the dimension obtained by subtracting W2 and W3 from the width W1. Incidentally, the preferred dimensions of L2 and L3 are in the range of 30-50% of the length L1, the preferred dimensions of W2 and W3 are in the range of 5-50% of the width W1, and the preferred dimensions of H2 and H3 are It is in the range of 5 to 50% of the height H1.

  As shown in FIG. 2C, the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a includes a continuous electrode portion CEP that has a plurality of through holes TH of various sizes, but is electrically continuous, and the continuous electrode portion CEP. A portion where at least one isolated electrode portion IEP that is not electrically continuous with the electrode portion CEP coexists. FIG. 2C is based on an image (magnification is 1000 times) obtained by observing the first isolated electrode portion 13a of the prototype with a scanning electron microscope (scanning magnification: 1000 times). Accordingly, the position where the isolated electrode portion IEP exists is inside the larger through hole TH, and the shape and size of the isolated electrode portion IEP vary.

<Preferred manufacturing method of multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1>
Next, a preferred method for producing the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 will be described. In the manufacturing method, nickel powder, terpineol (solvent), ethyl cellulose (binder) that easily forms residual carbon, and internal electrode paste containing various additives such as a dispersant, barium titanate powder, ethanol (solvent), and polyvinyl butyral A dielectric layer slurry containing (binder) and various additives such as a dispersant is prepared. Then, the dielectric layer slurry is applied at a predetermined thickness and dried to produce a dielectric green sheet, and the number of paste layers for the internal electrode having a substantially rectangular outline corresponding to the number of the dielectric green sheet is provided on the dielectric green sheet. Is printed in a matrix arrangement and dried to produce a dielectric green sheet with an internal electrode pattern. Then, a predetermined number of dielectric green sheets, a predetermined number of dielectric green sheets with internal electrode patterns, and a predetermined number of dielectric green sheets are sequentially stacked and pressed together to produce an unfired stacked body. Then, the green laminate is cut into a lattice shape to produce a green chip corresponding to the capacitor body 11. Then, a large number of unfired chips are put into a firing furnace and fired (including a binder removal process and a firing process) at a predetermined temperature profile corresponding to the nickel powder and the barium titanate powder. Then, an external electrode paste having substantially the same composition as the internal electrode paste is applied to both ends in the length direction of the baked chip and subjected to a baking treatment to produce a pair of external electrodes.

  The important point in this manufacturing method is that the temperature holding time in the binder removal process in the firing process is shortened to increase the residual amount of carbon at the center in the stacking direction of the unfired chips, and the residual carbon in the firing process is locally burned. In other words, the sintering of the dielectric layer is advanced by forming a strong reducing atmosphere, and the spheroidization and continuity of the internal electrode layer are advanced. As a result, a portion corresponding to the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a is formed in the central portion of the plurality of internal electrode layers in the center in the stacking direction of the baked chip.

<Operation and Effect Obtained by Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor 10-1>
As described above, the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 includes the continuous electrode portion CEP and the continuous electrode portion at the central portion of the 14 internal electrode layers 13 in the center of the stacking direction among the 26 internal electrode layers 13. It has the 1st isolated electrode part possession part 13a in which at least 1 isolated electrode part IEP which is not electrically continuous with CEP coexists.

  In other words, since each first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a has at least one isolated electrode portion IEP, internal electrode layers 13 adjacent to each other in the stacking direction (at least one of which has the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a) The electric field generated between the opposing portions of the electrode layer 13) is smaller than that in the case where both do not have the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, and thereby the dielectric layer interposed between the internal electrode layers 13 is reduced. The mechanical strain due to the electrostrictive effect is reduced, and the vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 is effectively suppressed by reducing the mechanical strain. Therefore, even when the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 is mounted on the circuit board, the noise caused by the vibration can be effectively suppressed by suppressing the vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1.

  Further, since each first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a has at least one isolated electrode portion IEP, internal electrode layers 13 adjacent in the stacking direction (at least one has the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a). In this case, the mode in which the isolated electrode portion IEP of one first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the continuous electrode portion CEP and the isolated electrode portion IEP of the other first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, An aspect in which the isolated electrode portion IEP of the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the continuous electrode portion CEP of the other first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, or an isolated electrode of the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a The mode in which the part IEP faces the isolated electrode part IEP of the other first isolated electrode part possessing part 13a, or the isolated electrode part IEP of the first isolated electrode part possessing part 13a is the first isolated electrode part Aspects like facing the inner electrode layer 13 having no chromatic portion 13a is obtained.

  That is, the isolated electrode portion IEP of one first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a of the internal electrode layer 13 (at least one of the internal electrode layers 13 having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a) adjacent in the stacking direction is the other. In any manner, a series capacitance can be formed between the isolated electrode portion IEP and the other, so that the capacitance formed between the two is compensated by the series capacitance, so that the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 Can be effectively suppressed.

  Here, the suppression suppression of the electrostatic capacitance in the previous paragraph will be specifically described with reference to FIGS. 3 (A) and 3 (B). In FIG. 3A, the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the continuous electrode portion CEPb and the isolated electrode portion IEPb of the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. Indicates the state. In the same state, a capacitance C1 is generated between the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and the continuous electrode portion CEPa, and the isolated electrode portion of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. A capacitance C2 is generated between IEPa and the continuous electrode portion CEPb of the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, and the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion owning portion 13a and the lower first electrode portion possessing portion 13a. A capacitance C2 ′ is generated between the isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and the isolated electrode portion IEPb, and between the isolated electrode portion IEPb and the continuous electrode portion CEPb of the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. A capacity C3 is generated.

  The capacitors C1 and C2 form a series capacitor Cs as shown in the upper part of FIG. 3B, and the capacitors C1, C2 ′ and C3 are series capacitors as shown in the lower part of FIG. 3B. Cs ′ is formed. These series capacitors Cs and Cs ′ supplement the capacitance formed between the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. The decrease in the capacitance of the capacitor 10-1 can be effectively suppressed.

  Although not shown, at least the series capacitor Cs is formed even when the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the continuous electrode portion CEPb of the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. In addition, even when the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the isolated electrode portion IEPb of the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a, at least the series capacitance Cs ′ can be formed. Furthermore, the series capacitance Cs can be formed even when the isolated electrode portion IEPa of the upper first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a faces the internal electrode 13 not having the lower first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. Even in these cases, a decrease in the capacitance of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 can be effectively suppressed.

  In short, according to the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1, it is possible to effectively suppress vibrations that cause noise while satisfying the needs for downsizing and large capacity, so that the intended purpose can be accurately achieved.

<Modification of Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor 10-1>
In the above description, the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a at the central portion of the 14 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center in the stacking direction among the 26 internal electrode layers 13 is shown. Has a first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a in the central portion of the 1 to 13 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center in the stacking direction, or the center of the 15 to 25 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center in the stacking direction. When the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a is present in the portion, or when the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a is present at the central portion of all the 26 internal electrode layers 13 (FIG. 4A and FIG. Even in the case of B), the same operation and effect as described above can be obtained.

<< Second Embodiment >>
First, the structure of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 will be described. As shown in FIG. 5, the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 shown in FIGS. 5A and 5B is structurally different from the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1 according to the first embodiment. Of the 26 internal electrode layers 13, 14 internal electrode layers 13 existing in the center in the stacking direction have the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13 a in the central portion, and the second isolated later described The electrode portion possessing portion 13b is provided at the peripheral portion thereof.

  FIG. 6A shows the upper surface of the odd-numbered internal electrode layers 13 from the top in FIG. 5 among the 14 layers of internal electrode layers 13 having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b. FIG. 6B shows the upper surface of the even-numbered internal electrode layers 13 from the top in FIG. 5 among the 14 internal electrode layers 13. As can be seen from these drawings, the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is provided on the three side portions excluding the external electrode connecting sides of the 14 layers of internal electrode layers 13 located in the center in the stacking direction.

  The “peripheral portion” in the preceding paragraph is generally specified by the dimensions of L4 and L5 set on both sides of the length L1 and the dimensions of W4 and W5 set on both sides of the width W1. Incidentally, preferable dimensions of L4 and L5 are in the range of 0.1 to 5% of the length L1, and preferable dimensions of W4 and W5 are in the range of 0.1 to 10% of the width W1.

  As shown in FIG. 6C, the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b includes a continuous electrode portion CEP that has a plurality of through holes TH of various sizes, but is electrically continuous, and the continuous electrode portion CEP. A portion where at least one isolated electrode portion IEP that is not electrically continuous with the electrode portion CEP coexists. FIG. 6C is based on an image (magnification is 1000 times) obtained by observing the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b of the prototype with a scanning electron microscope (scanning magnification is 1000 times). Therefore, the position where the isolated electrode portion IEP exists is inside the large through hole TH or inside the large recess (not shown) formed in the peripheral edge, and the shape and size of the isolated electrode portion IEP are various.

<Preferred manufacturing method of multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2>
Next, a description will be given of a different manufacturing method example of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2, particularly a difference from the above <preferred manufacturing example of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1>.

  In “Preferred Manufacturing Method of Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor 10-1” in “Step of Producing Dielectric Green Sheet with Internal Electrode Pattern”, as shown in FIG. 7A and FIG. A portion where the thickness is reduced (hereinafter referred to as a thin layer portion PLa) is formed on the entire periphery of the internal electrode pattern PL on the sheet DL. The thin layer portion PLa may be thin as a whole, or may be thinned at the periphery, in addition to the thinned portion PLa that gradually decreases in thickness toward the outside. The formation of the thin layer portion PLa can be easily realized by adjusting the viscosity of the internal electrode paste, adjusting the printing speed (for example, squeegee speed during screen printing), or the like. Incidentally, CL shown in FIGS. 7 (A) and 7 (B) is a cutting line in the “step of cutting the unsintered laminated body into a lattice” in the above <preferred manufacturing method of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1>. is there.

  When such a thin layer portion PLa is in the internal electrode pattern PL, the thickness of the thin layer portion PLa is determined in the “step of firing the non-fired chip” in the above <preferred manufacturing example of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1>. Due to the thinness, spheroidization and continuity deterioration in the firing process are likely to proceed, and as a result, there is a portion corresponding to the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b in the peripheral portion of the plurality of internal electrode layers in the center in the stacking direction of the fired chip. It is formed.

<Operations and effects obtained by the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2>
As described above, the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 includes the continuous electrode portion CEP and the continuous electrode portion at the central portion of the 14 internal electrode layers 13 in the center of the stacking direction among the 26 internal electrode layers 13. At least one isolated electrode portion IEP that is not electrically continuous with the CEP has a first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a in which it coexists, and a continuous electrode portion is provided in the peripheral portion of the 14 internal electrode layers 13 It has a second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b in which CEP and at least one isolated electrode portion IEP that is not electrically continuous with the continuous electrode portion CEP coexist.

  That is, since each first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and each second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b has at least one isolated electrode portion IEP, the internal electrode layers 13 (at least one of the first isolated electrode portion possessing portions 13b are adjacent to each other in the stacking direction). The electric field generated between the opposing portions of the internal electrode layer 13) having one isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a is generated when both do not have the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b. As a result, the mechanical strain due to the electrostrictive effect is reduced in the dielectric layer interposed between the internal electrode layers 13, and the vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 due to the reduction of the mechanical strain is effective. To be suppressed. Therefore, even when the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 is mounted on the circuit board, the noise caused by the vibration can be effectively suppressed by suppressing the vibration generated in the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2.

  In addition, since each first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a and each second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b has at least one isolated electrode portion IEP, internal electrode layers 13 (at least one of the first isolated electrode portion possessing portions 13b are adjacent to each other in the stacking direction). 1), the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is combined with the aspect described in the above <Operation and Effect Obtained by Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor 10-1>. The isolated electrode part IEP faces the continuous electrode part CEP and the isolated electrode part IEP of the other second isolated electrode part possessing part 13b, or the isolated electrode part IEP of the second isolated electrode part possessing part 13b is the other Of the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b facing the continuous electrode portion CEP, or the isolated electrode portion IEP of one second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is the other second isolated electrode portion A mode of facing the isolated electrode portion IEP of the portion 13b, a mode of facing the internal electrode layer 13 in which the isolated electrode portion IEP of one second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b does not have the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b, etc. can get.

  That is, the isolated electrode portion IEP of one first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a of the internal electrode layer 13 (at least one of the internal electrode layers 13 having the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a) adjacent in the stacking direction is the other. In any manner, a series capacitance can be formed between the isolated electrode portion IEP and the other, so that the capacitance formed between the two is compensated by the series capacitance, so that the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 can be formed. Of the internal electrode layer 13 (at least one of the internal electrode layers 13 having the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b) adjacent in the stacking direction can be effectively suppressed. Since the isolated electrode portion IEP of the electrode portion possessing portion 13b faces the other in any manner, a series capacitance can be formed between the isolated electrode portion IEP and the other. And compensate the capacitance formed, can effectively suppress the decrease in capacitance of the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2. The latter action of suppressing the decrease in the electrostatic capacitance is basically the same as that described in the above <Actions and effects obtained by the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-1> with reference to FIGS. 3 (A) and 3 (B). Therefore, the description here is omitted.

  Furthermore, since the electric field concentration is likely to occur at the peripheral edge of each internal electrode layer 13 due to the edge effect, mechanical distortion due to the electrostrictive effect is generated at the peripheral edge of the dielectric layer 14 interposed between the internal electrode layers 13 and the outer portion thereof. There is a risk that cracks may occur in the outer peripheral portion of the dielectric layer 14 due to the increase. However, since the internal electrode layer 13 having the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b forms the series capacitance as described above, the concentration of the electric field due to the edge effect is alleviated, whereby the periphery of the dielectric layer 14 and the outside thereof The mechanical strain due to the electrostrictive effect in the portion can be reduced, and the risk of cracks occurring on the outer peripheral portion of the dielectric layer 14 can be eliminated.

<Modification of Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor 10-2>
In the above description, the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b has the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 provided on the three side portions excluding the external electrode connection side of the 14 layers of internal electrode layers 13 located in the center in the stacking direction. As shown, when the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is provided in two side portions adjacent to the external electrode connecting side of the 14 layers of internal electrode layers 13 located in the center in the stacking direction (FIG. 8A). And when the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is provided on one side adjacent to the external electrode connecting side of the 14-layer internal electrode layer 13 located in the center in the stacking direction. (See FIGS. 9A and 9B and FIGS. 10A and 10B), and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is a 14-layer internal electrode in the center in the stacking direction. Provided on one side of the layer 13 facing the external electrode connection side But if (see FIG. 12 (A) and FIG. 12 (B)), the same action effect can be obtained.

  In particular, as shown in FIGS. 10A and 10B, the position of the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is asymmetric even on one side adjacent to the external electrode connecting side of the internal electrode layer 13. In the case of the two types of internal electrode layers 13, as shown in FIG. 11, a structure in which the second isolated electrode portion possessing portions 13 b exist every other layer on both the left and right sides in the drawing can also be adopted.

  Further, in the above description, the multilayer ceramic capacitor 10-2 having the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b in the peripheral portion of the 14 internal electrode layers 13 in the center in the stacking direction of the 26 internal electrode layers 13 is provided. As shown, the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a has the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b in the peripheral portion of the 1st to 13th layers of the internal electrode layer 13 at the center in the laminating direction, as with the first isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13a. When the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion 13b is provided in the peripheral portion of the 15 to 25 internal electrode layers 13 in the center in the direction, or the first isolated electrode portion is possessed in all peripheral portions of the 26 internal electrode layers 13 Even when the portion 13a is provided (see FIGS. 13A and 13B), the same operation and effect as described above can be obtained.

  10-1, 10-2 ... multilayer ceramic capacitor, 11 ... capacitor body, 12 ... external electrode, 13 ... internal electrode layer, 13a ... first isolated electrode part possessing part, 13b ... second isolated electrode part possessing part, CEP ... continuous electrode portion, IEP ... isolated electrode portion, TH ... through hole, 14 ... dielectric layer.

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  1. A multilayer ceramic capacitor comprising a capacitor body having a structure in which a plurality of internal electrode layers are laminated via a dielectric layer,
    Among the plurality of internal electrode layers, at least one internal electrode layer existing at the center in the stacking direction is a first isolated electrode in which a continuous electrode portion and an isolated electrode portion that is not electrically continuous with the continuous electrode portion coexist. It has a part-owned part in its central part,
    A multilayer ceramic capacitor characterized by that.
  2. The first isolated electrode portion possessing part is provided in all of the plurality of internal electrode layers,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 1.
  3. Among the plurality of internal electrode layers, at least one internal electrode layer at the center in the stacking direction is a second isolated electrode in which a continuous electrode portion and an isolated electrode portion that is not electrically continuous with the continuous electrode portion coexist. Having a part-owning part on at least one side part of the peripheral part,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 1, wherein the multilayer ceramic capacitor is provided.
  4. The second isolated electrode portion possessing part is provided in all of the plurality of internal electrode layers,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 3.
  5. The plurality of internal electrode layers have a substantially rectangular outline, and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion is provided on three side portions excluding the external electrode connection side of the internal electrode layer,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 3 or 4, wherein
  6. The plurality of internal electrode layers have a substantially rectangular outline, and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion is provided on two side portions adjacent to the external electrode connection side of the internal electrode layer,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 3 or 4, wherein
  7. The plurality of internal electrode layers have a substantially rectangular outline, and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion is provided on one side portion adjacent to the external electrode connection side of the internal electrode layer,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 3 or 4, wherein
  8. The plurality of internal electrode layers have a substantially rectangular outline, and the second isolated electrode portion possessing portion is provided on one side portion facing the external electrode connection side of the internal electrode layer,
    The multilayer ceramic capacitor according to claim 3 or 4, wherein
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