volume 32, issue 17, P1286-1289 1992
DOI: 10.1002/pen.760321716
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Abstract: Polymer thick films are screenable polymer pastes which vary from electrically non-conducting to electrically conducting. These materials typically contain significant amounts of high boiling solvents, and cure therefore involves removal of solvent in addition to crosslinking of the polymer matrix. In this study thermogravimetric analysis and dynamic mechanical analysis were utilized to characterize the residual solvent and glass transition behavior, respectively, with cure of the polymer thick films. Thickne…

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