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Highly conductive silver metal coated solid soda lime glass microspheres come as dry powder and are designed for use in Anisotropic Conductive Films and Adhesives, also known as ACF and ACT. Solid glass conductive spheres allow interconnection of circuit lines through the adhesive thickness (the Z-Axis), but are spaced far enough apart for the product to be electrically insulating along the plane of the adhesive.
Other Conductive Spheres: Conductive Silver Metal Coated Microspheres
Other Soda Lime Spheres: Solid Soda Lime Glass Spheres and Microspheres
Particles in Size Range: > 85%
Spherical Particles: >85%
Density: varies based on particle size
Softening Temperature: ~650C
Wisdom, K. M., Watson, J. A., Qu, X., Liu, F., Watson, G. S., &
Chen, C. H. (2013). Self-cleaning of superhydrophobic surfaces by
self-propelled jumping condensate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110(20), 7992–7997. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1210770110
Conductive Sliver-Coated Hollow Glass Microspheres/Microparticles - 5um to 150um
Conductive Silver-Coated Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) PMMA Microspheres 1.2g/cc-2.3g/cc - 5um to 700um (0.7mm)
Stainless Steel (Non-Magnetic) Microspheres 7.8g/cc - 1um to 1200um (1.2mm)
Conductive Gold-Coated Solid Barium Titanate Glass Microspheres 4.49g/cc - 30-100um