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Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics OnlineFirst articles

18-07-2019 | Review

Recent advances in nano-materials for packaging of electronic devices

In recent years, Moore’s law had a remarkable effect on predicting the development of semiconductor technology. As the size of devices shrinks to micro scale or nano scale, Intel’s newest 10-nm logic technology is scheduled to start product …


Nanoporous network SnO2 constructed with ultra-small nanoparticles for methane gas sensor

Monitoring the concentration of methane (CH4) can effectively protect the environment from the damage of methane emission. The high sensing performances of methane gas sensor still remain a considerable challenge. Herein, to solve problems …


Enhanced microwave dielectric and electrical properties of Zn substituted Mg2TiO4 ceramics for RF/microwave applications

The structural, microstructural, electrical and microwave dielectric properties of Mg2Ti1−xZnxO4 (x = 0.01–0.05) ceramics prepared by solid-state reaction method have been reported. The X-ray diffraction patterns and Raman spectra have showed the …


Electrochemical migration behavior of Sn-based lead-free solder

In this paper, the water droplet experimental method was used to in situ study the electrochemical migration and related behaviors of Sn-based lead-free solder. Results showed that the electrochemical migration short-circuit time decreased with …


Photo-degradation of a mixture of dyes using Barium doped ZnO nanoparticles

The potential use of Barium (Ba) doped ZnO nanoparticles for the photo-degradation of a mixture of dyes that mimics natural effluents has been attempted. Undoped and Ba-doped ZnO nanoparticles were efficiently synthesized via co-precipitation …

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The Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics is an established refereed companion to the Journal of Materials Science. It publishes papers on materials and their applications in modern electronics, covering the ground between fundamental science, such as semiconductor physics, and work concerned specifically with applications. It explores the growth and preparation of new materials, as well as their processing, fabrication, bonding and encapsulation, together with the reliability, failure analysis, quality assurance and characterization related to the whole range of applications in electronics. The Journal presents papers in newly developing fields such as low dimensional structures and devices, optoelectronics including III-V compounds, glasses and linear/non-linear crystal materials and lasers, high Tc superconductors, conducting polymers, thick film materials and new contact technologies, as well as the established electronics device and circuit materials.

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