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High-Temperature-Stable, Spin-On Carbon Materials For High-Aspect-Ratio Gap-Fill Applications


Brewer Science, Inc. has developed a class of novel, high-temperature-stable spin-on carbon (SOC)-based materials with excellent processability. These SOCs are cured under mild conditions and have flow properties that enable the fill of high-aspect-ratio vias in a void-free manner. Moreover, this new class of SOCs has remarkable thermal stability and can survive temperatures of up to 550°C wit... » read more

Power/Performance Bits: Jan. 2


High-temp electronics Researchers at Purdue University, UC Santa Cruz, and Stanford developed a semiconducting plastic capable of operating at extreme temperatures. The new material, which combines both a semiconducting organic polymer and a conventional insulating organic polymer could reliably conduct electricity in up to 220 degrees Celsius (428 F). "One of the plastics transports the ch... » read more