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By James J. Licari

  • "I suggest this booklet with out reservation to every person in electronics who needs to comprehend adhesives, or make judgements approximately adhesives, or both." - George Riley

Content:
Preface

, Pages vii-viii
Acknowledgements

, Pages ix-x
1 - Introduction

, Pages 1-37
2 - features and conception of Adhesives

, Pages 39-94
3 - Chemistry, formula, and houses of Adhesives

, Pages 95-168
4 - Adhesive Bonding Processes

, Pages 169-260
5 - Applications

, Pages 261-346
6 - Reliability

, Pages 347-391
7 - try and Inspection Methods

, Pages 393-430
Appendix

, Pages 431-439
Index

, Pages 441-457

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Adhesives for flex circuits must meet several requirements, some of which are as follows: • � Retain adhesion while the circuit is flexed • � Wet and bond well to both the polymer film and the copper foil • � Have low moisture absorption • � Have good dielectric properties • � Have low or no-flow characteristics • Be thermally resistant to solder-reflow temperatures As with PWBs, flex-circuits may be single layer, double sided, or multilayer. ��������������������Chip-on-flex is similar to chip-on-board except that the die, chips, or CSPs are wire bonded, flip-chip attached, or epoxy connected to a flexible circuit instead of to a rigid interconnect substrate such as a PWB.

Together with hydrogen bonding and, in some cases direct-chemical bonding, mechanical interlocking plays a key role in forming strong bonds. 11. Representation of H-bonding of epoxy to an oxide surface. of some materials or encapsulates the peaks and valleys of a rough surface. In both cases, the greater exposed surface areas compared with smooth non-porous surfaces provide greater sites for attachment. Examples include the nascent oxides that are present on the surfaces of metals such as aluminum or purposely formed oxides such as the anodizing of aluminum or the chemical oxidation of copper.

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