Plastics for Electronics

Author: M. Goosey
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401727007
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 404
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Polymeric materials are widely used during nearly all stages of the manufacturing process of electronics products and this book is intended to give an introductory overview of the chemistry, properties and uses of some of the more important classes of materials likely to be encountered in these applications. It is intended to serve primarily as an introduction to the use of polymers and plastics in the processing and manufacture of electronic and electrical components and assemblies. With no in-depth knowledge of polymers assumed, the book is ideal for engineers and researchers working in areas where electronics and polymer technology overlap. There are also numerous references for those wishing to delve deeper. The first edition of this book was published in 1985 and since then there has been an unbelievable change and growth in the electronics industry. Much of this has been made possible by the continued development of new and improved polymeric materials. In some areas the polymers used have changed markedly whereas in others there have been continued improvements to the same basic materials. Consequently, this second edition includes new chapters detailing the materials which have emerged more recently. Chapters covering the same topics as the original version have been extensively rewritten and updated, often with the assistance of current international experts. In the last few years much work has been carried out on the development and use of special polymers that have important properties in addition to those normally associated with conventional polymers. This edition therefore includes a chapter that introduces one particular group of materials exhibiting these special properties, the ferroelectric polymers. The book also includes new chapters on high temperature thermoplastics, or engineering plastics as they are sometimes known, and their use in so-called moulded interconnect devices, where the polymer is used to provide a much wider range of functions than has been possible using a more conventional approach. This new edition also has a wider international coverage with chapters by experts based in Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, England and the United States of America.

Polymers for Electronic & Photonic Application

Author: C. P. Wong
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483289397
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 661
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The most recent advances in the use of polymeric materials by the electronic industry can be found in Polymers for Electronic and Photonic Applications. This book provides in-depth coverage of photoresis for micro-lithography, microelectronic encapsulants and packaging, insulators, dielectrics for multichip packaging, electronic and photonic applications of polymeric materials, among many other topics. Intended for engineers and scientists who design, process, and manufacture microelectronic components, this book will also prove useful for hybrid and systems packaging managers who want to be informed of the very latest developments in this field. * Presents most recent advances in the use of polymeric materials by the electronic industry * Contributions by foremost experts in the field


Band 3: Industrielle Polymere und Synthesen
Author: Hans-Georg Elias
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527626549
Category: Science
Page: 719
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Im Laufe seiner Geschichte hat sich "Der Elias" zum Markenzeichen entwickelt. Die wissenschaftliche Genauigkeit und die Vollständigkeit sind nur zwei von vielen Merkmalen, mit denen sich die "Makromoleküle" ihren Platz in der Fachwelt erobert haben. Der vorliegende vierte Band schließt dieses einmalige Werk über Makromoleküle und Makromolekulare Chemie ab. Er ist den Anwendungen gewidmet, die so vielfältig sind, wie die Werkstoffe, die aus Makromolekülen bestehen: Kunststoffe, Fasern, Elastomere, Packmittel, Überzüge, Klebstoffe, gelöste Polymere, um nur eine kleine Auswahl zu nennen. Wie die Bände 1 bis 3 kann auch der vorliegende Band 4 alleine eingesetzt werden: Wichtige Grundlagen werden verständlich abgeleitet, zu große Überschneidungen mit früheren Bänden aber vermieden. Polymerchemiker und Kunststofftechnologen können es sich nicht leisten, ohne "den Elias" zu arbeiten!

Hazardous substances in plastics

– ways to increase recycling
Author: Stenmarck, Åsa ,Belleza, Elin L. ,Fråne, Anna ,Busch, Niels
Publisher: Nordic Council of Ministers
ISBN: 9289348496
Page: 119
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The aim of the project is to create knowledge on how plastics recycling can increase without increasing the risk of emitting hazardous substances to the environment.The first general conclusion is that to be able to increase recycling there are measures needed at different levels. The following areas are of interest: • Legislation: new legislation is not necessary, but harmonisation and clear guidance to the existing one is. • Market: to create a market safety on content is needed. • If substances added are less hazardous the recycled raw material would be “more safe” to use. • There should be higher attention put on the knowledge of the recyclers. • Traceability and content: Further work on labelling reaching the recycle part of the value chain needs to be developed. It is also needed to develop a systematic approach towards risk assessments linked to recycling.

Advanced Organics for Electronic Substrates and Packages

Author: Andrew E Fletcher
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483165612
Category: Science
Page: 230
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Advanced Organics for Electronic Substrates and Packages provides information on packaging, which is one of the most technologically intensive activities in the electronics industry. The electronics packaging community has realized that while semiconductor devices continue to be improved upon for performance, cost, and reliability, it is the interconnection or packaging of these devices that will limit the performance of the systems. Technology must develop packaging for transistor chips, with high levels of performance and integration providing cooling, power, and interconnection, and yet preserve the performance of the semiconductors with minimum package delay to the system. Trends in each of the major packaging technologies include chip level connection, providing the required connections between the chip and the semiconductor package. The power distribution to the chip and heat removal from the chip; first level packages providing all the necessary wiring; interconnections and power distribution; first-to-second level interconnections; and second level packages providing all the necessary wiring, connections, power distribution, and power supply connection are included as well. This book is a useful and informative reference to students or individuals studying or conducting research within the field of electronic engineering.

Handbook of Polymer Coatings for Electronics

Chemistry, Technology and Applications
Author: James J. Licari,Laura A. Hughes
Publisher: William Andrew
ISBN: 0815517688
Category: Science
Page: 408
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This completely revised edition remains the only comprehensive treatise on polymer coatings for electronics. Since the original edition, the applications of coatings for the environmental protection of electronic systems have greatly increased, largely driven by the competitive need to reduce costs, weight and volume. The demands for high-speed circuits for the rapid processing of signals and data, high-density circuits for the storage and retrieval of megabits of memory, and the improved reliability required of electronics for guiding and controlling weapons and space vehicles have triggered the development of many new and improved coating polymers and formulations. Both the theoretical aspects of coatings (molecular structure of polymer types and their correlation with electrical and physical properties) and applied aspects (functions, deposition processes, applications, testing) are covered in the book. Over 100 proprietary coating formulations were reviewed, their properties collated, and tables of comparative properties prepared. This book is useful as both a primer and as a handbook for collecting properties data.

Thermal Management Handbook: For Electronic Assemblies

Author: Jerry E. Sergent,Al Krum,Imaps
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780070266995
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 650
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The "hands-on" guide to thermal management! In recent years, heat-sensitive electronic systems have been miniaturized far more than their heat-producing power supplies, leading to major design and reliability challenges — and making thermal management a critical design factor. This timely handbook covers all the practical issues that any packaging engineer must consider with regard to the thermal management of printed circuit boards, hybrid circuits, and multichip modules. Readers will also benefit from the extensive data on material properties and circuit functions, thus enabling more intelligent decisions at the design stage — and preventing thermal-related problems from occurring in the first place.


Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Electronics
Page: N.A
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June issues, 1941-44 and Nov. issue, 1945, include a buyers' guide section.

The Non-halogenated Flame Retardant Handbook

Author: Alexander B. Morgan,Charles A. Wilkie
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118939204
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 400
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Due to the emphasis on replacing halogenated flame retardantswith alternate technologies, this handbook contains in one placeall of the current commercial non-halogenated flame retardanttechnologies, as well as experimental systems nearcommercialization. This book focuses on non-halogenated flame retardants in aholistic but practical manner. It starts with an overview ofthe regulations and customer perceptions driving non-halogenatedflame retardant selection over older halogenatedtechnologies. It then moves into separate chapters coveringthe known major classes of non-halogenated flame retardants. These chapters are written by known experts in those specificchemistries who are also industrial experts in how to apply thattechnology to polymers for fire safety needs. The handbookconcludes with some of the newer technologies in place that areeither niche performers or may be commercial in the nearfuture. Future trends in flame retardancy are alsodiscussed. The Non-Halogenated Flame Retardant Handbook book takes apractical approach to addressing the narrow subject ofnon-halogenated flame retardancy. This includes more emphasison flame retardant selection for specific plastics, practicalconsiderations in flame retardant material design, and what thestrengths and limits of these various technologies are. Previous flame retardant material science books have coverednon-halogenated flame retardants, but they focus more on how theywork rather than how to use them.

Nanocarbon-Inorganic Hybrids

Next Generation Composites for Sustainable Energy Applications
Author: Dominik Eder,Robert Schlögl
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110269864
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 555
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Nanocarbon-Inorganic Hybrids is dedicated exclusively to the new family of functional materials, covering a multidisciplinary research field that combines materials science, chemistry and physics with nanotechnology and applied energy science. It provides a concise introduction into fundamental principles of nanocarbons, defines hybrids and composites, explains the physics behind sustainability, and illustrates requirements for successful implementation in energy applications. It further reviews the current research on developing concepts for designing nanocarbon hybrids, unravels mechanistic details of interfacial electron transfer processes and highlights future challenges and perspectives associated with exploiting these exciting new materials in commercial energy applications and beyond. This comprehensively written book is indispensable for Master and PhD students seeking to become familiar with a modern fi eld of knowledge-driven material science as well as for senior researchers and industrial staff scientists who explore the frontiers of knowledge.

Polymers in Electronics 2007

Author: N.A
Publisher: iSmithers Rapra Publishing
ISBN: 9781847350091
Category: Science
Page: 208
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This conference saw presentations from all parts of the electronics industry's materials supply chain, from raw materials to finished products and offered an opportunity to learn more about both traditional and new polymer materials, their markets, manufacturing processes and applications. It also covered the impact of legislation, the need to recycle and other polymer related challenges and opportunities for the industry.

Plastics for Corrosion Inhibition

Author: V.A. Goldade,L.S. Pinchuk,A.V. Makarevich,V.N. Kestelman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540238492
Category: Science
Page: 383
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The development of polymer composites containing inhibitors of metal corrosion is an important endeavour in modern materials science and technology. Corrosion inhibitors can be located in a polymer matrix in the solid, liquid or gaseous phase. This book details the thermodynamic principles for selecting these components, their compatibility and their effectiveness. The various mechanisms of metal protection – barrier, inhibiting and electromechanical – are considered, as are the conflicting requirements placed on the structure of the combined material. Two main classes of inhibited materials (structural and films/coatings) are described in detail. Examples are given of structural plastics used in friction units subjected to mechano-chemical wear and of polymer films/coatings for protecting metal objects against corrosion.

Environmental Testing Techniques for Electronics and Materials

International Series of Monographs on Electronics and Instrumentation
Author: Geoffrey W. A. Dummer,Norman B. Griffin
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483135918
Category: Technology & Engineering
Page: 454
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Environmental Testing Techniques for Electronics and Materials reviews environmental testing techniques for evaluating the performance of electronic equipment, components, and materials. Environmental test planning, test methods, and instrumentation are described, along with the general environmental conditions under which equipment must operate. This book is comprised of 15 chapters and begins by explaining why environmental testing is necessary and describing the environment in which electronics must operate. The next chapter considers how an environmental test plan is designed; the methods for the environmental testing of components and materials; instrumentation and control of test chambers; shock and vibration test instrumentation; and requirements for specification writing. The reader is then introduced to factors that might affect the reliability of equipment, including high humidity environment; galvanic corrosion problems; high- and low-temperature environments; mechanical and associated hazards; transport hazards; and long-term storage. Problems posed by high altitude and space environments, nuclear radiation, and acoustic noise are also discussed. The final chapter is devoted to environmental protection techniques and looks at the effects of climatic environments on radio interference as well as the effects of the environment on the human operator. This monograph will be of value to materials scientists and electronics engineers as well as those engaged in the design, development, and production of professional and military equipment.