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Composites and Clad Metal Technical Materials Library of White Papers

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Clad Metal Technical Papers

  1. Web Page #01-Metal-to-Metal Cladding

  2. Web Page #02-A Comparison of Precious Metal Contact Materials

  3. Web Page #03-Diffused Gold R156 - A New Inlay Contact Material for Bell System Connectors

  4. Web Page #04-Clad Metal Material Systems Provide Solutions for Automotive Under-Hood Connector Applications

  5. Web Page #05-A Low Cost High Reliability Contact Finish for Automotive Applications

  6. Web Page #06-Wrought Clad Inlay Palladium-Nickel Contact Material Systems for Dry Circuit Applications

  7. Web Page #07-A Comparison of Electroplated Gold Flash Palladium-Nickel and Clad Gold Alloy Capped Palladium-Silver

  8. Web Page #08-The Influence of Manufacturing Technology on the Effectiveness of Nickel Diffusion Barriers for High Temperature Dry Circuit Applications

  9. Web Page #09-The Effect of Test Environment on the Creep of Base Metal Surface Films Over Precious Metal Inlays

  10. Web Page #10-Interdiffusion Between Connector Contact Materials and Nickel Diffusion Barriers During Precipitation Hardening of High Performance Spring Materials

  11. Web Page #11-Combating Corrosion in High Reliability Connectors

  12. Web Page #12-A Statistical Comparison of a Clad Material and Gold Flashed Palladium-Nickel Under Various Fretting Conditions

  13. Web Page #13-An Examination of the Metallic Bonding of a Clad Material and Two Gold Plating Systems under Constant Force Fretting Conditions

  14. Web Page #14-A New Wrought Contact Alloy for High Temperature Applications

  15. Web Page #15-The Influence of Coating Technology on the Mechanical Performance of Thin High Performance Connector Springs

  16. Web Page #16-Mass Diffusion in Polycrystalline MetalElectroplated Gold Planar Couples

  17. Web Page #17-Clad Aluminum Bond Surfaces on Lead-frames for Gold Fine Wire Bonding

  18. Web Page #18-A Comparison of a Clad Material and an Electroplated Gold over Palladium material system

  19. Web Page #19-Sliding Wear Experiments On Clad Gold-Nickel Material Systems Lubricated With a 6-Ring Polyphenyl Ether

  20. Web Page #20-Preliminary Report on the Properties of Thin Au Alloy Connector Contact Materials for Telecom Applications

  21. Web Page #21-Wear Properties of Commercially Processed Thin Gold Alloy Connector Contact Materials

  22. Web Page #22-Comparison of Coefficient of Friction and Contact Resistance During Sliding Wear on Clad Gold-Nickel Surfaces

  23. Web Page #23-The Influence of Surface Defect Size on the Wire Bond Pull Strength for Automotive Lead Frame Materials

  24. Web Page #24-Correlation of Changes in Coefficient of Friction and Contact Failure During Sliding Wear Experiments

  25. Web Page #25-The Influence of Stamping Die Design on the Selectivity of Electroplated Coatings on Connector Contact Surfaces

  26. Web Page #26-Technical Overview of Silver as a Candidate Contact Material for Automotive Connectors

  27. Web Page #27-An Evaluation of Aluminum Wire Bondable Surfaces for Automotive Lead Frame Applications

  28. Web Page #28-On The Upper Temperature Limit for Tin Connector Contact Surfaces

  29. Web Page #29-Development and Application of Connector Contact Material Systems for Elevated Temperature Exposure

  30. Web Page #30-Engineered Metallic Strips by Cladding and Plating for Fuel Cell Applications

  31. Web Page #31-Roll-Bonded Clad Metal Foils as Ag-Cu-Ti Active Brazing Filler Metals

  32. Web Page #32-Engineered Metallic Strip for Fuel Cell Applications

  33. Web Page #33-An Evaluation of Wire Bond Systems For Manufacturability

  34. Web Page #34-Special Metal for High Power Battery Packs and Connections

  35. Web Page #35-Inlay Clad Metal for High Temperature Connector Applications

  36. Web Page #36-Engineering and Fabrications for Multiple-Submicron-Layer Clad Metals

  37. Web Page #37-Wire Bond Comparison of Different Aluminum Alloys and Thicknesses

  38. Web Page #38-Development and Application of Thermally Functionalized Structural Materials for Heat Spreading in Handheld Devices