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Definition of Homogenous Materials . Components such as capacitors, transistors and semiconductors packages are not “homogenous materials” but contain several different materials Definitions:

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Definition of Homogenous Materials

  • Components such as capacitors, transistors and semiconductors packages are not “homogenous materials” but contain several different materials

    Definitions:

  • “Homogenous Material” means a material that cannot be mechanically disjointed into different materials. The term homogeneous is understood as ”of uniform composition throughout”, e.g., individual types of plastics, ceramics, glass, metal, alloys, paper, board, resins and coatings

  • Insulation and metal conductors would be considered two homogeneous materials in an electric cable

  • Multiple homogeneous materials in:

    • Substrate: solder mask, BT core etc…

    • Solder paste: solder powder alloy, flux mixture

    • Gold finger: copper, nickel, gold

    • Resistor: substrate, conductive layer, glass layer, termination layer etc…

    • Capacitor: inner electrode, ceramic body, conductive layer, barrier layer etc…


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