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The rise of polyhedral polysiloxanes?

Andy Extance – Sep 8, 2010

Cubes made from silicone chemicals can produce tough polymers, but until recently they have been too tough to manipulate as an adhesive. However recent research has given them liquid form, making them into robust electronic encapsulants.

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