Reduced Oxide Soldering Activation (ROSA)

Published:

July 19, 2007

Author:

Sam Pepe, Chemist, American Competitiveness Institute / EMPF

Abstract:

ROSA is a surface restoration technique that removes hard to reduce species like metal oxides or sulfides. At the time of its development, the focus was on solderability and compliance to environmental regulations. Industry trends and regulatory changes as a result of the Montreal Protocol were the driver for much of the concern over environmental compliance. The result was an increase in the development of no-clean and water soluble fluxes and the removal of halogenated cleaning chemistries....

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