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Growth of zinc whiskers

@inproceedings{CabreraAnaya2014GrowthOZ,
  title={Growth of zinc whiskers},
  author={Juan Manuel Cabrera-Anaya},
  year={2014}
}
Whiskers, conductive metallic filaments that grow from metallic surfaces, are a very importantissue for reliability of electronic components. Through recent years, there has been a renewedindustrial interest on whisker growth, mainly due to the miniaturization of electronic devices andthe environmental regulations forbidding the use of lead.While most of the research has been focused on tin whiskers, there is still little reference tozinc whiskers. Electroplated zinc coatings are actually used… Expand
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