Organic Polymers and Molecular Materials on Silicon

  • J. M. Bureau
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSE, volume 160)


Organic polymers are widely used today in electronics as potting materials, adhesives, laminated printed circuits boards, solder masks and connectors because of their insulating properties and stability together whith their unique processability and mechanical properties. But for these applications, organic materials are rather disconnected from the basic electronic device.


Molecular Material Solder Mask Integrate Optical Circuit Vinyl Stearate Conjugate Chain Polymer 
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  • J. M. Bureau
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  1. 1.Laboratoire de Chimie pour l’ElectroniqueTHOMSON-CSFOrsayFrance

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