PVDF allowed?

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Wed Mar 8 15:03:46 PST 2006


Hi Kevin --

I think it would be helpful to have a SpecMat request describing what 
you'd like to do.  PVDF has been used in the lab before, but as it's a 
polymer, there's a limited set of equipment that it can be used in (we 
don't want it in furnaces, for example.)  The equipment would depend on 
cleanliness level in terms of metal contaminants.  Medical grade PVDF, 
for example, is sterile, but has metal contaminants which make it 
unacceptable for electronics.  If you have a process flow in mind and a 
spec sheet for the material you'd like to use, we can help you build a 
compatible process from there.

Does that help?

Mary

Huang Kevin wrote:

> Hi,
>    Is PVDF ( Polyvinylidene fluoride) allowed in the clean equipments 
> or any equipments at all?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Kevin
>
> -- 
> ==================================
> Kevin Huang
> Ph.D. Student, Peumans Group
> Stanford Organic Electronics Lab
> Dept. of Electrical Engineering
> Email: kevhuang at stanford.edu <mailto:kevhuang at stanford.edu>
> Phone: (650) 725-6924
> ================================== 



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