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Observation of copper ionic migration in insulation layer by pulsed electroacoustic method [metal-base PWBs]

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4 Author(s)
Okamoto, K. ; Fuji Electr. Corp. R&D Ltd., Yokosuka, Japan ; Fukunaga, K. ; Maeno, T. ; Tsukui, T.

We have studied the behavior of ionic impurities in the insulation layer of metal-base PWBs and carried out nondestructive detection of copper ionic migration using the pulsed electroacoustic method for measuring the space charge. Space charge polarization was observed initially and after pre-absorption under high-temperature, high-humidity conditions. It appears to be attributable to the ions present initially in the insulation layer. The space charge measurement detected a conductive region formed in the insulation layer near the anode after bias testing under high-temperature, high-humidity conditions (THB test). Element distribution analysis verified, it as a region of copper ionic migration. Growth of copper ionic migration in the insulation layer was detected nondestructively

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Components and Packaging Technologies, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 2002

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