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Electronic Materials-an Industry-Wide Problem

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1 Author(s)
A. Hadley ; Deputy Secretary,Moore School of Electrical Engineering,Pa.

After a review of the reasons for the current emphasis on electronic materials, both in civilian industry and in the military, the government-area sponsored research and development program in this is reviewed and its basic objectives outlined. A brief discussion of probable long-term investigations in the area of electronic materials is followed by a listing of immediate materials requirements based on specific recommendations of qualified representatives of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. Emphasis throughout the paper is directed at the need for close cooperation between industry and the military, and two procedures--one conventional and obvious, and the second of a less conventional nature--are proposed as avenues leading toward an improvement in the current materials situation.

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IRE Transactions on Component Parts  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )