Gel product provides nontacky thermal interface

Granville; Travis, Fran
December 1999
EDN;12/09/99, Vol. 44 Issue 25, p22
Trade Publication
Features the thermally conductive gel from Raychem Corp. Availability in precut shapes on rolls and in sheets; Cost of the gel; Use for temporary holding of materials during assembly.


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