Koartan 6166 and 6125 silver pastes
edmyers at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 1 09:57:52 PST 2011
Nate and Mary,
I worry more about the thermal budget budget on the AFM's. I believe
the 5 minutes and maybe 10 minutes at these temperatures is OK for our tools.
At 11:40 PM 1/31/2011, Nathan Salowitz wrote:
> According to the datasheets, it's only 10 minutes at
> temperature, but the datasheets are written for a belt furnace,
> thus the longer cycle time. I talked to some of the techs at
> Koartan, they said it really just needs enough time to reach
> equilibrium at temperature, not even the full 10 min. My
> understanding is that 10 min is on the long end of RTA work, but
> doable... I can forward you the datasheets if you would like.
> If the furnace you mention can do relatively quick runs, that
> would be acceptable. Because of other parts in my process, I am
> trying to minimize time at temperature because I'm running into
> diffusion issues.
>I tried a run in my lab's high temp furnace (which takes about 5
>hours to do a 900C cycle) and other parts of my sample didn't
>survive. I've also run them through short durations (3 minutes at
>925) and they do survive that.
> I'm happy to come in to talk to you about this tomorrow too, at any time.
> Let me know,
>On 1/31/2011 11:03 PM, Mary Tang wrote:
>>Hi Nate --
>>Just a quick look at the applications notes on the Koartan website
>>suggests cure/firing times of 30-60 minutes at the target
>>temperatures. I don't believe the AW610's were designed to run for
>>that length of time (Ed should correct me, but I think the maximum
>>is about 5 minutes). Your application and needs may be different,
>>but I'm wondering if the AW610 is your best option. We do have a
>>programmable muffle furnace outside the lab which might work for
>>this, although the cycle times (due to thermal mass in heating and
>>cooling) can be long. Let me know if you're interested in the furnace.
>>On 1/31/2011 5:39 PM, Nathan Salowitz wrote:
>>> I would like permission to bring in Koartan 6166 and 6125
>>> silver pastes (MSDS attached).
>>> Initial printing and drying to 125C will be performed at
>>> another lab, therefore I would not be bringing in a liquid, but a
>>> dried form already on wafers.
>>> I would like to run them through their cure cycles in AW610_r
>>> at 600C and 900C respectively.
>>> Please let me know,
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