Lead-Free Soldering by Jennifer Shepherd (auth.), Jasbir Bath (eds.)

By Jennifer Shepherd (auth.), Jasbir Bath (eds.)

The push towards lead-free soldering in pcs, mobile phones and different digital and electric units has taken on a better urgency as legislation were handed or are pending within the usa, the ecu Union and Asia which ban lead-bearing solder. those new regulations on damaging elements are altering the best way digital units are assembled, and in particular impact method engineering, production and caliber coverage.

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2 Primary Alloy Design Criteria 23 By 1999, the WEEE and RoHS Directives led NEMI to establish a less quantitative, but no less restrictive, set of criteria. [15-16] The NEMI alloy was designed to: • • • • • Have a melting point as close to Sn-Pb eutectic as possible Be eutectic or very close to eutectic Contain no more than three elements (ternary composition) Avoid using existing patents, if possible (for ease of implementation) Have the potential for reliability equal to or better than Sn-Pb eutectic.

6Cu, shown by the medium grey square has a possible melting range of 12°C. 5Cu, shown by the light grey square, has a melting range of 5°C. 5Cu, shown in the black framed white square, has a melting range of 11°C. 4 Melting Behavior 39 Fig. 17a. Liquidus projection of Sn-Ag-Cu diagram with four different alloys. 5% and <1% solid as the temperature is increased from 217°C, the eutectic temperature, to 219°C to 240°C to 270°C. 17b the region marked “L” and bounded by the black triangle is the range of compositions that are completely liquid at 219°C.

The microstructure of Sn-37Pb on solidification is frequently used in metallurgy textbooks as an example of a classic eutectic structure, with its intermixed Sn and Pb solid solution phases. Without exception, all Pb-free solders considered as candidates to replace Sn-Pb eutectic have been based on Sn modified with additional alloying elements. 2. e. recalescence In this chapter commercial products or trade names are identified for completeness, their use does not imply an endorsement by NIST. 4 Melting Behavior Microstructures of solid phases – including reaction interfaces between phases Wetting and solderability 27 Existence of metastable phase formation – slow diffusion in solidifying phase leads to composition gradients in solid and nonequilibrium amounts of remaining phases Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), differential thermal analysis (DTA) Exothermic peak well below equilibrium solidus temperatures indicating Scheil effect active during solidification Phases forming during transformations Optical microscopy, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), electron probe microanalysis (EPMA) Contrast differences in polished cross sections or as-formed structures; in SEM, TEM, and EPMA, composition maps; in TEM, diffraction characteristic of specific phases X-ray powder diffraction Diffraction patterns characteristic of different phases Sessile drop experiments and wetting balance tests Contact angle and force/time, respectively, as a function of alloy composition, substrate and its condition, flux, and other wetting conditions Conditions for wetting of liquid solder on different substrates difference between solidus and liquidus temperatures as small as possible, even using a eutectic alloy if possible.

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