Semiconductor / IC's Specialty Polymers and Resins Datasheets

Fluoroelastomer Polymers -- 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoropolymers
from 3M Advanced Materials Division

In 1969, astronauts boarded the Apollo 11 spacecraft wearing boots containing 3M ™ Dyneon ™ Fluoroelastomers. Today, these synthetic elastomeric materials are used in some of the toughest environments on earth. From hot-running automotive engines to harsh chemicals of semiconductor... [See More]

  • Industry: Aerospace; Automotive; Electronics; Energy Conversion (Battery / Fuel Cell); Electrical Power or High Voltage; Marine; Sanitary; Military; Repair or Construction; OEM or Industrial; Semiconductors or IC Packaging; Oil &Gas Exploration
  • Chemical System: Polypropylene; Polyamide; Fluoropolymer; Tertrafluoroethylene, Hexafluoropropylene
  • Material Type: Elastomer; Thermoplastic; Thermally cured; ExtrusionGrade; FilmGrade; MoldingCompound; Optical
  • Filler: Unfilled
Specialty Conducting Polymers -- 4001
from Rieke Metals, Inc.

Poly(3-butylthiophene-2,5-diyl), Highly regioregular Electronic Grade. Typical results are between 80% and 90% regioregularity. The "E" series typically contains less than 0.04% Ni / < 0.02% Zn / < 0.04% Br. The "standard" series typically contains less than 0.1% Ni / < 0.5% Zn / < 0.7%... [See More]

  • Industry: Electronics; Semiconductors or IC Packaging
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Material Type: Thermoplastic
  • Form / Shape: Liquid