High-tensile TIM

The fiberglass reinforces the TIM, resisting tear and cut damage. It offers tensile strength of 20 N/mm2. The silicone reportedly enables good wetting for continuous contact from substrate to die or component to heatsink. Thermal impedance equals 0.05 W/mK; thermal conductivity reaches 6.5 W/mK. The material meets UL 94 V-0 flame retardant requirements and is suited to continuous -40&#176 to +200&#176C operation.

The LEAP HR microscope family enables materials science research, particularly metallurgical applications. With high (mass) resolution, researchers can examine individual atoms with compositional accuracy in voltage-pulse mode. The design is said to increase throughput and suit mechanical, electrical, and magnetic observations.


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