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Lead-Free Soldering Standards

  • Jasbir Bath

This chapter will review the current and developing standards, which affect lead-free soldering. Developments in standards for lead-free soldering are not complete and are progressing with new discoveries and developments. The majority of the chapter will cover IPC standards with reference to other standards, which are considered relevant and known.

Keywords

Print Circuit Board Draft Standard Surface Mount Device JEDEC Standard Board Laminate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jasbir Bath
    • 1
  1. 1.Solectron CorporationMilpitasUSA

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