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Novel halogen free epoxy resin for high performance electronic applications

P.K.Dubey, Dr. Hitesh Soni*, Dr. M.Soni, Ms. Thipa

Thai Organics Chemicals Co., Ltd. (Epoxy Division)Map Ta Phut-Rayong (Thailand)

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Introduction: electronic applications

PWB, flip chip encapsulation, surface mounting adhesives, conformal and die coatings are major applications requiring FR epoxy resin

Demand of halogen free fire retardant material due to environmental issues

Lead free soldering calling for high heat resistance

Miniaturization of electronic components requiring high thermal stability

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Conventional FR epoxy resins electronic applications

Bromine containing

Standard for many years and have environmental and thermal stability issue

Filler containing

Capable to achieve V-0 rating

Problem of high viscosity, aggregation of filler and micro structural defects in cured resin

Red phosphorous

Suitable to achieve V-0 rating but have issue of pigmentation & handling

Phosphorous additives

Effective fire-retardants.

Problem of high water affinity, risk of p-o-p or c-o-p bonds under humid

condition along with low thermal stability

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R-H + electronic applications•X R• + HX

HX + •OH H2O + •X

Px H3POX

-H2O

H3POX + CH2–CH2 –H3PO4 + C

Mechanism of various flame retardant action

1. Halogen based flame retardant

2. Filler based flame retandant

Al(OH)3xH20 Al2O3 + H2O

3. Phosphorus based flame retardant

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Present work electronic applications

Reactive phosphorous compound (DOPO) selected for study as fire-retardant

Multifunctional EOCN and EBPN resins synthesized and suitably reacted with DOPO

Phenolic compounds based on phenol Novolac, bis-phenol Novolac, O-cresol Novolac, and tris-phenols are selected as hardener.

2MI and TPP are used as catalyst

All sets of combinations studied for thermal, mechanical, and electrical

properties.

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Epoxy Resin: YDBN 602 and YDBN 602P electronic applications

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Epoxy resin TOCN 4030 and TOCN 4030P electronic applications

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Phenolic Hardeners: electronic applications

Phenol Novolac-PN

O-Cresol Novolac- OCN

BPA Novolac- BPN

Tris- Phenol- TP

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Catalyst electronic applications

2- Methyl Imidazole- 2MI

Triphenyl Phosphine- TPP

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Reaction Mechanism of 2-MI with epoxy group electronic applications

Source: Farkas, A., Strohem, P.F., J.Appl. Polym. Sci., 1968, 12, p159

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mechanism of reaction between epoxy and phenol using TPP as catalyst

Romanchick, W.A., Sohn, J.E., and Geibel, J.F., ACS Symposium Series 221-Epoxy Resin Chemistry II ( Ed: R.S.Bauer) American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. 1982, p-85

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Basic Properties of Epoxy resins catalyst

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Typical properties Epoxy resins catalyst

  • Physical properties are comparable

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Typical properties Epoxy resins catalyst

  • Melt viscosity is low in case of YDBN resins in-spite of high Mw/Mn ratio.

  • YDBN resins has lower softening point

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Curing Behavior catalyst

of

Epoxy resins

with

Phenolic hardeners

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Possible reaction of Phosphorus Resin with Catalyst of acidic Phosphorus compounds.

polymerization

Ring cleavage

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Thermal Property of acidic Phosphorus compounds.

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Sample cured 175oC/6hrs of acidic Phosphorus compounds.

  • Concentration of catalyst effect reactivity not the final crosslink structure

  • 2-MI system gives higher Tg than TPP system

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Sample cured 175oC/6hrs crosslinking

  • TP shows highest Tg(230-235oC)

  • YDBN systems shows better Tg compared to TOCN system in all cases.

  • Modified resins shows lower Tg-due to high EEW and polarity.

  • Modified resins with 2MI catalyst shows Tg in range of 155-185oC depending on curing agent

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Flammability crosslinking

And

Thermal Degradation

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Effect of Phosphorus content on flammability crosslinking

  • 1.5% Phosphorus is adequate to get flammability rating V-O

  • YDBN resins shows better flammability rating compared to TOCN

  • TPP catalyst shows better flammability rating than 2MI

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Mechanical Property flammability.

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Electrical property flammability.

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Conclusion: flammability.

  • Halogen free YDBN-P and TOCN-P resins could be material of choice where high glass transition temperature (170-190oC) or flammability is desired for electrical and electronics applications.

  • YDBN series of resins were found comparable to TOCN resins in terms of mechanical, electrical and thermal properties with distinct advantage of lower melt viscosity which could be advantageous for better wetting or lower coating thickness requirements.

  • Curing agents could be selected depending on process/ performance requirements. TP has exhibited higher Tg with low melt viscosity where as low functionality PN could be used for moderate Tg requirement.

  • 2MI as catalyst lead to higher Tg of cured matrix compared to TPP.

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  • Acknowledgement: flammability.

  • Sincerely thanks

  • Management of TOCC

  • All Colleagues Somsak, Satid, Thithikan and Thaniya

  • Mr. Wutti of Mettler Toledo, Thailand

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Thank you flammability.

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Any Question? flammability.

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