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Dendrite growth

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 18 22:05:58 EST 2008 | callckq

Dear All, What is the possible root causes of the dendrite growth? How long its take to cause this dendrite growth? Can dendrite growth cause electrical short? Is there any particular location on PCBA that dendrite tend to grow? Thanks, Sean

Tin/lead Solder Leaching Dendrites

Electronics Forum | Wed Jun 07 11:25:23 EDT 2000 | Dave F

In the portion of Chapter 1 on Flip Chips, Ken Gallio states (1.8.2.1) "tin/lead solder leaching or dissolving gold and form metal compounds, called dendrites, that greatly reduce joint reliability because of high brittleness." What is the compositi

Dendritic Growth

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 21 06:56:09 EDT 2015 | robertwillis

Think you are talking about tin whiskers and not dendrites which are a different thing? Bob Willis

Dendritic Growth

Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 21 09:46:13 EDT 2015 | gabinocf

Thanks Guys by your comments, I am talking about Dendritic Growth, I asked about flux application because the residues of flux can be a factor of the Dendritic Growth right. Thank You

Dendrite growth

Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 19 08:46:06 EST 2008 | rgduval

The last time I encountered dendrite growth, it was within a component package. I believe we were experiencing it within a crystal. The root cause was water intrusion during in line wash. The component was supposed to have been sealed and safe for

Electrical failures

Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 22:04:30 EST 2008 | davef

Here�s background on: * Electromigration: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromigration * Dendrite: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dendrite_(crystal) For us, electromigration is the electrochemical process that creates dendrites. As a bonus, here's

DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 14:41:52 EDT 1999 | Paul O.

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water o

Re: DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 17:44:34 EDT 1999 | Earl Moon

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water

Re: DENDRITES

Electronics Forum | Tue Aug 03 20:31:17 EDT 1999 | ScottM

We're getting field failures in a high impedance portion of the circuit. Think the unpopulated pc card has contaminates because we were able to grow dendrites by applying a 9 volt battery across the suspected pad, placed a drop of de-ionized water

Re: Contamination causing shorts.

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 24 11:13:33 EDT 1999 | Chris May

I need a memory jog. What is the term for the growth of conductive contamination after a board is in storage or field? I believe you may mean DENDRITIC GROWTH (Dendrites).

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