Electrically conductive adhesives play a vital part in the electro- and electronics industries. These adhesives are the perfect choice for attaching and connecting electrical or electronic components. In a growing number of applications, they are used as a more effective alternative to conventional soldering. Crucial for a successful application is not only the right choice of the adhesive, but also the right curing parameters.
In this white paper, Detlef Heindl explores the use of electrically conductive adhesives as an alternatvie for soldering.
- Measuring Conductivity and the Influence of Electrical Conductivity
- Curing Influences on Conductivity
- Climatic Influences, including Humidity
- Curing with Water, Cold Curing and Snap Cure