Hardcover. Pub Date: 2002 08 Pages: 700 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional AN ENGINEER's Guidebook demonstrating non-toxic Electronics Manufacturing Processes
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"An excellent book in Flip Chip Technologies, March 2, 2000 Reviewer: David Young from Boston, MA I bought this book at NEPCON West on February 29 and read it on my way home to Boston. I like it very much! This book covers all the important subjects (many of those I am not aware of) on low-cost flip chip Technologies. Also, for each subject, useful data, technical know-how, and engineering analyses are presented. I strongly recommend it to everyone who is working in electronic packaging and interconnections. I am sure you will find it useful! Online reader review of Lau's Low Cost Flip Chip Technologies
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