Adhesives Technology for Electronic Applications: Materials, by James J. Licari
By James J. Licari
Adhesives are well-known within the manufacture and meeting of digital circuits and items. in most cases, electronics layout engineers and production engineers aren't good versed in adhesives, whereas adhesion chemists have a restricted wisdom of electronics. This ebook bridges those wisdom gaps and turns out to be useful to either teams.
The publication contains chapters overlaying varieties of adhesive, the chemistry on which they're dependent, and their houses, purposes, strategies, standards, and reliability. assurance of toxicity, environmental affects and the regulatory framework make this booklet fairly very important for engineers and executives alike.
The 3rd version has been up to date all through and comprises new sections on nanomaterials, environmental affects and new environmentally pleasant ‘green’ adhesives. information regarding rules and compliance has been introduced absolutely up-to-date.
As good as delivering complete assurance of normal adhesive kinds, Licari explores the newest advancements in fields such as:
• Tamper-proof adhesives for digital safeguard devices.
• Bio-compatible adhesives for implantable clinical devices.
• Electrically conductive adhesives to exchange poisonous tin-lead solders in published circuit meeting - as required via regulatory regimes, e.g. the EU’s limit of dangerous ingredients Directive or RoHS (compliance is needed for all items put on the eu market).
• Nano-fillers in adhesives, used to extend the thermal conductivity of present adhesives for cooling digital devices.
- A whole advisor for the electronics to adhesive forms, their houses and purposes - this publication is a vital reference for a variety of experts together with electric engineers, adhesion chemists and different engineering professionals.
- Provides necessities of adhesives for specific makes use of and descriptions the approaches for program and curing - insurance that's of specific profit to layout engineers, who're charged with developing the interface among the adhesive fabric and the microelectronic device.
- Discusses the respective benefits and obstacles of other adhesives for a various functions, thereby addressing reliability concerns sooner than they ensue and delivering necessary details to either layout engineers and caliber coverage personnel.
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