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If the thickness of the thin-film structure is inadequate to carry the current load, failure occurs catastrophically as a result of thin-film melting. In field conditions, this mechanism is not of much concern for solder joints. Aluminum and Al–Cu stripes are similarly affected by electromigation. Opens occur where there is a mass flux divergence due to grain size differences along the stripe: large grains followed by small grains in the direction of the electron current, which provides more grain boundaries for the mass outflow (Fig.

40), in particular, was applied to temperature–humidity corrosion under voltages varying from 0 to 25 V. The results shown in Fig. 15, fit Eq. 075. The time to failure is related to the stress conditions via the proportionality constant A, which is a characteristic of the particular material system and process. In fact, the constant differs as the process varies because of different impurities 15 10 5 Galvanic corrosion (V = o) 0 0 5 10 15 V, volts 20 25 Figure 15. Normalization of the electric bias effect on corrosion.

10/V A ϭ constant of the materials, time Reciprocale time-to-failure, h–1 × 10–4 The voltage factor in Eq. (40), in particular, was applied to temperature–humidity corrosion under voltages varying from 0 to 25 V. The results shown in Fig. 15, fit Eq. 075. The time to failure is related to the stress conditions via the proportionality constant A, which is a characteristic of the particular material system and process. In fact, the constant differs as the process varies because of different impurities 15 10 5 Galvanic corrosion (V = o) 0 0 5 10 15 V, volts 20 25 Figure 15.

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