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INITIAL ACTIVITIES The attempt to ban lead from electronic solder was initiated in US Congress

@inproceedings{Lee2000INITIALAT,
  title={INITIAL ACTIVITIES The attempt to ban lead from electronic solder was initiated in US Congress},
  author={Ning-Cheng Lee},
  year={2000}
}
  • N. Lee
  • Published 2000
  • Materials Science
Lead-free soldering for electronic industry is a segment of global trend toward lead-free environment. Although initiated in U.S. in early 1990’s, it advanced much more rapidly in Japan and Europe. This differentiation in Pb-free progress triggered great concerns of users of Pb-containing solders about maintaining business opportunity, therefore further expedites the advancement of Pb-free soldering programs. The favored Pb-free solder alternatives vary from region to region. However, in… 

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