Ionic contamination on assemblies or under components can significantly affect their climate resistance and, in the worst case, lead to failure. International standards (e.g. IPC J-STD 001) contain limit values for ionic contamination and specifications for their measurement.
The technical articles explain practical tips on the correct implementation of the measurement methods ion equivalence measurement and ion chromatography, influences on the measurement result, the correct interpretation of results, as well as other areas of application of the methods.
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Detection of ionic contamination under low-standoff components Part II» Free « Add to basket
Increased Reliability through Ion Equivalent and Ion Chromatography» Free « Add to basket
Ion Chromatography as an Interpretation Aid for Climate Resistance Measurements» Free « Add to basket
Verification of Ionic Contamination under Low-Standoff Components» Free « Add to basket