Uses of precious metals in Electronics Industry
The electronics industry is a sector in which precious metals like gold, silver, platinum, rhodium and palladium are used due to its properties.
The unique physical and chemical properties of precious metals bring reliability to the electronics sector
- high electrical conductivity
- high resistance to corrosion
Therefore, a significant number of sensors, automobile rear windshield, RFID tags and other electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets, PCs… uses precious metals in their components.
The extensive knowledge and experience of BMQ (Brendle Metalquímica) in the transformation of precious metals to manufacture liquids and pastes for the decoration of ceramic or glass tiles, is now applied in the electronics industry.
The know-how in synthesis of inorganic compounds, mainly mercaptides of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium mercaptides, allow Brendle to work in the electronics sector, offering raw materials to the manufacturers of serigraphic pastes for electronics.
The formulation of precious metals for the electronics sector is custom made in each case. Brendle adapts its mercaptides to the requirements of each screen printable paste manufacturer and offers a technical support to adapt the inorganic compounds to each need.
The R&D department has identified other inorganic products based on precious metals (nanoparticles, nanofibers and flakes) with which it could perform some tests for the year 2017, depending on the market demand.
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