Paste beats solder for conducting heat

November 2003
Machine Design;11/20/2003, Vol. 75 Issue 22, p38
Trade Publication
Deals with the development of a carbon-filled organic thermal paste for keeping computers and electronics from overheating, by Deborah Chung, materials engineer at the University of Buffalo. Other uses of the thermal paste.


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