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The new surface finish for printed circuit boards, "Nanofinish", recently released by Ormecon International, is based on a long-term research involving Ormecon‚s proprietary Organic Nanometal, and deeply scientifically investigated.
A scientific report has recently been published in „Nanoscale Research Letters‰, a peer-reviewed scientific online magazine edited by the renowned editor group „Springer‰.
The article written by Dr. Bernhard Wessling and his research team can be accessed freely via
The new process is a process family comprising 4 different processes, see
http://www.ormecon.de/pdf/products/pcb/productinformation/english/OCI_finish_processes_survey.pdf / Page 2.
Additional technical information, external test reports and a discussion of the environmental aspects are available on Ormecon‚s website http://www.ormecon-nanotech.com .
About Ormecon GmbH
Ormecon International is a world-wide operating group of companies providing products and processes based on nanotechnology with the Organic Metal ORMECONTM, a nanometal, a polyaniline:
* polymerisation, dispersion, processing and application technologies using Organic Metals and conductive polymers,
* Immersion Tin as solderable surface finish for printed circuit boards (PCB): ORMECONTM CSN,
* a new organic surface finish ORGANIC METAL NANOFINISH and
* other commercial products derived from the Organic Nanometal technology, like ORMECONTM dispersions for electronics, paints and anti-corrosion systems (CORRPASSIVTM).
With 10 nm primary particle size, ultrafine dispersions are prepared and nanoscopic layers of Organic Metals display metallic, catalytic and other interesting effects. Such technology features are used to enable advanced product developments for high volume high-tech markets.
For more information, please click here
Dr. Bernhard Wessling
Phone: +49(40)-60 41 06-18
Fax: +49(40)-60 41 06-52
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