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Electrically and Thermally Conductive Adhesives Formulation Strategies

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Recorded on Jul 12, 2017

Increase electrical & thermal conductivity of your adhesives formulation, while maintaining good adhesion, durability, combined resistance to high humidity & temperature... by renewing your formulation strategy.

Edward Petrie will share the key requirements for conductive adhesives, review applicable materials & processing properties and discuss practical strategies to maximize performance (real life examples: flexible device assembly, reduced stress and shrinkage, miniaturized parts...)

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Presented By:
Edward M. Petrie
Length: 90 min

Course Type: Formulation
Level: Intermediate

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Why should you view this course?

Rapid surge in new E&E businesses (compact batteries, LEDs, solar modules…) is pushing the need for electrical &/or thermal conductive materials. But with adhesives, achieving high conductivity alone is not enough! You need to combine it with better adhesion, durability, combined resistance to high humidity & temperature...to stay competitive in this market. Join this course and:

  1. Better design your formulation strategy by understanding the key requirements of electrically &/or thermally conductive adhesives

  2. Make the right selection of ingredients by reviewing the applicable materials and processing properties

  3. Maximize performance of your conductive adhesives (combine high conductivity with better adhesion, durability, resistance to high humidity & temperature...) by adopting the best formulation practices
Electrically and Thermally Conductive Adhesives Formulation Strategies

Who should view this course?

Formulators and end-users who need to develop and select electrically and/or thermally conductive adhesives

Course Outline

The following sections will be covered during this session:
  1. Introduction: Why Electrical and / or Thermal Conductivity?
    >> Need for Electrical and / or Thermal Conductivity

  2. Mechanism of Conduction

  3. Important and Unique Requirements / User Selection
    >> Important and Unique Requirements of Conductive Adhesives


  4. Combining High Conductivity with Better Adhesion, Durability, High Humidity & Temperature Resistance:
    • Formulation Principles
    • How Application and Service Environments Affect Properties

  5. Specialty Adhesives and Applications
    • Real life examples: flexible device assembly, reduced stress and shrinkage, miniaturized parts…

  6. Trends in Development

  7. 30 mins Q&A- Ask your questions directly to the expert !

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Members Reviews

We obtained informations and confirmations about fillers to use in our formulations, and we learned more about electric conductivity.

Steffanie G. , from GERGONNE INDUSTRIE

Very informational, and good overview, not hardcore chemistry. for starters. answered a lot of my questions. Would have liked to have seen this course a year and a half ago, since he had a lot of questions for this area concerning projects.

Anthony G. , from Evonik Industries

I found the course useful because it detailed the differences in conductivity between Ag and Ni filled adhesives.

Don N. , from Polyonics

It was a good overall summary and status update on the current conductive adhesive market and trends.

Jochen S. , from Roartis Bvba

Learned why silvers and nickle and conductivity guides selection. adhesives strength measurement for forulating adhesives and how is it measured? Peel strength? Sheer strength? Which materials are more challenging.

Jon L. , from Momentive Performance Materials

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