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Silicone Protective Encapsulants and Coatings for Electronic Components and Circuits

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Abstract

Silicones are synthetic polymers based on a molecular structure of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms with organic groups also attached to all or some of the silicon atoms. Their general formula is [Ra SiO(4-a)/2]b where a = 1 to 3 andb ≥2. R represents an organic group.

Keywords

Chip Surface Silicone Elastomer Soft Error Release Agent Silicone Resin 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dow Corning LtdBarry, WalesUK

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