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Lead-Free Rework

  • Jasbir Bath

With tin-lead soldering, there is a long history of soldering experience from hand soldering to wave soldering to surface mount technology. The development of lead-free solder manufacturing experience has been a relatively recent occurrence. For lead-free rework the developments that have occurred have not been reviewed in a comprehensive manner.

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Solder Joint Solder Alloy Soldering Temperature Copper Dissolution Soldering Iron 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jasbir Bath
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  1. 1.Solectron CorporationMilpitasUSA

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