Next Best Thing to a Close Shave: Mitigating the Risks of Tin Whiskers

Published:

September 23, 2010

Author:

Brian Toleno, Ph.D., Henkel Corporation

Abstract:

If you've been in electronics for any length of time, the phenomenon of tin whiskers is something you've likely heard discussed (maybe in scared whispered tones). Tin whiskers certainly aren't a new problem. In fact, some of the first published reports of the occurrence date back to the 1940’s and 1950's. But, over half a century later, we're still talking about it....

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Company Information:

Henkel is a manufacturer of materials for PCB and component assembly. The materials include Loctite adhesives, Multicore soldering products, Hysol encaps and underfills, and Power Devices thermal phase change pads.

Irvine, California, USA

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  • Phone 1-714-368-8000

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