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Conductive materials for ESD applications: an overview

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1 Author(s)
Rosner, R.B. ; 3M Electron. handling & Protection Div., Austin, TX, USA

Polymer resins, because of their low cost, versatility, and ease of use, are the principal component in many static-control items. These items include containers and packages used to store and transport sensitive electronics. This paper seeks to explain how polymers are used for these demanding applications by providing a basic tutorial in polymer science as well as a brief description of the commercial polymers used in static-control products. This paper also contains a review of the various ways of imparting electrical conductivity on plastic resins through the use of antistatic agents, conductive fillers, and intrinsically conductive polymers

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Device and Materials Reliability, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 1 )