Environmental chamber clean analysis webinar

How clean is my environmental chamber?

In this webinar we introduce Environmental chamber clean analysis that identifies contamination that can ruin your qualifications.

Environmental chambers are used to do stress testing of parts mainly for electronic devices like ICs and PCBs, adhesives, coatings, and more. The parts are often checked prior to stress and then after stress to compare performance. This is how lifetime and warranty estimates for parts are made.

Contamination from a dirty environmental test chamber can ruin your qualifications. In this webinar, we will use a case study of five environmental chambers to discuss how testing can be done to determine what materials are being deposited on samples during a stress test, and how using witness wafers and materials analytical techniques can be used to identify these deposited materials. We will also discuss what techniques are useful as well as their limitations.

In this webinar we will cover:

  • Issues with dirty environmental stress chambers
  • Test configuration
  • Complementary techniques with different depth of analysis: XPS: 5-10 nmFTIR:1000 nm (1 µm)TOF-SIMS
  • Results discussion

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