Application of silicone in electronic chip
The electronics industry is taking on a new look Silicones are revolutionizing the lifestyle of the electronic age in many ways. Silicones are used in the manufacture of mobile phones, the Internet, wireless computers and smart cards. High-performance materials made from silicone technology are entering today's increasingly demanding electronic and electrical fields. Silicones can dense and protect extremely sensitive circuits, semiconductors and devices from heat, pollution and accidental damage, and help ensure a continuous supply of power. Protective equipment
Silicone can provide excellent sealing functions to protect extremely sensitive electronic components and components from external contamination or movement. This is of great significance for ensuring the long-term stability and performance of many electronic products. In addition, silicone materials do not corrode, do not spontaneously ignite, and meet the demanding * and purity requirements in the production and manufacturing of electronic products. The isolation of silicone helps protect the circuitry of televisions, computers and aircraft video displays from heat, dirt and dust. At the same time, silicone is very suitable for high-voltage applications, which can enhance the insulation performance of above-ground and underground cables and power supply lines
As electronic devices become more and more flexible, smaller and faster, the excellent physical properties of silicone make it useful in new applications: high temperature and low humidity, excellent insulation, strength, elasticity and toughness, moisture resistance, chemical stability, UV resistance and other advantages, can bond and protect a variety of materials. Typical application
Silicone sealants, adhesives, and digital coatings are used in circuits, connectors, capacitors, coils, transistors, and picture tubes for most consumer and commercial electronic devices.