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  • Advanced Boron Nitride Epoxy Formulations Excel in Thermal Management Applications (.pdf)
    the adhesive to be both electrically conductive and thermally conductive. For potting applications, heat sinking, and general encapsulation where high electrical isolation is required, aluminum oxide has been the filler of choice. Today, advanced Boron Nitride filled epoxies challenge alternative
  • Conductive Adhesives for Thermal Management: Case Study Issues in Hybrid Microelectronics and Plastic IC Packaging (.pdf)
    This paper discusses silver filled and boron nitride filled epoxies for heat-sinking and thermal transfer. Case studies of thermal resistance calculations have been presented with comparisons made against eutectic die-attach.
  • WURBON (CBN) Insert Geometry
    Polycrystalline cubic boron nitride (CBN) is the second hardest material in the world; only diamond is harder. The extensive range of CBN high-performance cutting materials from CeramTec enables reliable HPC machining of gray cast iron workpieces. CBN cutting materials set new standards
  • Characterization of Superabrasives Using Particle Shape (.pdf)
    Superabrasives, such as micronized diamonds and cubic boron nitride (CBN), are used extensively in applications for cutting, grinding and drilling of hard materials. Most typically, tools such as saw blades, drill bits, grinders, etc. are coated with superabrasives in order to allow the tools to go
  • Ball Milling
    Ball milling and subsequent annealing is a simple method for the production of CNTs. It is well-established that mechanical attrition of this type can lead to fully nanoporous microstructures, it was not until a few years ago that CNTs of carbon and boron nitride were produced from these powders
  • MICRO:Product Technology News (Jan '99)
    using a 4-kW Super-Sharp tube and specially designed high-performance channels. These features permit rapid measurement of critical light elements such as boron and nitrogen. The instrument checks process steps such as BPSG, metals, silicides, salicides, nitrides, and dielectrics. The ceramic x-ray
  • Evaluating the use of hard-mask films during bulk silicon etching
    Ken Goldman, K. Sooriakumar, Cindy Ray, and Mark Schade, Bulk-micromachined silicon pressure sensors typically consist of a diaphragm that deflects when subjected to a pressure load, a boron-implanted piezoresistive transducer that translates strain to a differential voltage, and metal pads

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