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  • Static Electricity
    susceptible to the effects of ESD and EOS. When static charge of less than 10 volts will destroy a class 1 ESD sensitive device and it is possible to create a static charge of over 35000 volts walking across a carpet on a dry day, the problem is immediate and severe.
  • Controlling Static on a Moving Web
    In moving web applications, static charges are frequently generated from the continuous contact-and-separation action of the material in process as it passes over the rollers. Slowing your process speed may reduce the level of the static charge, but it will also reduce your overall productivity
  • Developing an exit charge specification for semiconductor production equipment
    and Julian A. Montoya, Static charge can cause several kinds of problems in semiconductor manufacturing, including process equipment malfunctions, damaged products, and contamination attraction to product surfaces. Simple calculations indicate that the costs of these problems run in the hundreds
  • No-static plastics
    steel or carbon. The efficiency with which these plastics dissipate static is significantly higher than that of insulators, but less than conductors. Static-control plastics are designed such that they have specific properties that manage the process of charge leaking off. These
  • Dirt Control In Statically Charged Environments
    Dirt buildup is a problem in many types of production applications, especially where plastic, fiberglass or. other materials that have a propensity to develop a static charge are used.
  • MICRO: Wet Surface Technologies
    Christopher W. Long and James Peterman, Much has been written about the effects of static charge on contamination control in semiconductor manufacturing. It is well documented that in cleanrooms or clean environments, static charge on wafers attracts contaminants out of the air. In fact, when
  • MICRO: Tool/Fab Automation
    . tatic electricity can have a serious impact on semiconductor manufacturing. Because it is necessary to operate fabs in a cleanroom environment, the levels of static charge are extremely high. Many items used in cleanrooms hold charge efficiently because they are made of excellent insulating materials
  • MICRO:Ultrapure Materials-Reticles by James Wiley, p.35 (April '99)
    ) damages products directly by vaporizing small component features. ESD also interferes with the operation of production equipment, particularly microprocessor-based robotics. Static charge is most commonly generated by triboelectric charging. Whenever two dissimilar materials are in contact with each

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  • Uniformly Accelerating Charged Particles
    The new question arose from the claim by Bondi and Gold that (in the context of general relativity now) a static charge in a static gravitational field cannot radiate energy.
  • Handbook of Green Chemicals
    Precaution: Combustible; flamm. limits 1.0-7.0%; vapor accumulations may flash/explode if ignited; avoid formation of excessive mists/fumes; keep fumes away from open flames, ignition sources; can accumulate static charge ; vapors can be ignited by static discharge; open containers slowly to …
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxidizers, amines .
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxidizers, amines .
  • Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
    Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxidizers, amines .
  • Handbook of Rheology Modifiers
    Precaution: Combustible; powd. may form explosive mixts. in air; static charges may ignite combustible atmospheres; melts in proximity to fires causing slippery floors/stairs; spillages may be slippery; incompat. with strong oxidizers, amines .
  • Handbook of Food Packaging Chemicals and Materials
    inh. of dust may cause respiratory tract irritation; TSCA listed Environmental: Biodeg.; BOD 7000 ppm Precaution: Flamm. dust; static charges may cause flash fire; may form flamm. dust-air mixts.; spillages may be slippery .
  • Hopper flow electrostatics of tableting material I. Instrumentation and acetaminophen formulations
    Abstract Instrumentation is described for measuring the sign and magnitude of static charges generated by particles flowing through a tablet hopper.