Electrically Conductive Adhesive Filled with Mixture of Silver Nano and Microparticles
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Electrically conductive adhesive with isotropical electrical conductivity modified with addition of silver nanoparticles has been investigated. The electrical resistance, nonlinearity of a current vs. voltage characteristic and the tensile strength of adhesive joints formed of this adhesive have been measured. The specimens have also been aged at the temperature of 125degC and at the combined climate 80degC/80 % relative humidity for 700 hours. It has been found that silver nanoparticles added into the electrically conductive adhesive cause decrease of its conductivity, increase of its nonlinearity and increase of the tensile strength.
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