Role of Plasma in Reliability of Conformal Coating


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Besides its established applications in PCB fabrication, plasma is increasingly used in preparing assemblies for conformal coating, rendering surfaces hydrophilic and so promoting wettability and coating adhesion for increased reliability.

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