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The effects of flux materials on the moisture sensitivity and reliability of flip chip on board assemblies

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Beddingfield, C. ; Adv. Interconnect Syst. Lab., Motorola Inc., Austin, TX, USA ; Higgins, L., III.

This paper will discuss the non-proprietary aspects of the work-in-progress regarding developments in flux materials to improve the moisture-induced stress sensitivity of Flip Chip Plastic Ball Grid Array devices. Studies addressing the moisture characterization and pre-conditioning, using JEDEC Level 3, of assemblies built with four proprietary fluxes and two alternative underfill materials will be presented, This report includes the evaluation of the weight loss during a simulated die attach reflow profile for each flux type using thermogravimetric analysis. Also, the underfill adhesion strength to the die surface after assembly, after moisture preconditioning and after 48 hours of autoclave stressing will be discussed. The integrity of the solder joint corresponding to each flux type and measured using die pull techniques will also be presented. The effects of the experimental variables on underfill to die/substrate adhesion will also be reveiwed using C-SAM imaging methods

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Electronics Manufacturing Technology Symposium, 1997., Twenty-First IEEE/CPMT International

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13-15 Oct 1997

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