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Epoxide Resins and their Formulation

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Abstract

The epoxide resins are a class of materials that possess all the properties required to make them useful for a wide range of applications throughout the electronics industry. They have good electrical properties, low shrinkage, good adhesion and resistance to thermal and mechanical shock, whilst also possessing resistance to moisture, solvents and general chemical attack.

Keywords

Flame Retardant Epoxide Group Phthalic Anhydride High Glass Transition Temperature Glycidyl Ether 
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© Elsevier Applied Science Publishers Ltd. 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dynachem CorporationTustinUSA

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