Printed Circuit Boards: Design, Fabrication, and Assembly
McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 M09 7 - 704 pages
The printed circuit is the basic building block of the electronics hardware industry. This is a comprehensive single volume self-teaching guide to the art of printed circuit board design and fabrication -- covering the complete cycle of PCB creation, design, layout, fabrication, assembly, and testing.
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For a good solder bond, all dirt, grease and surface oxides must be removed
before and with the help of flux during the soldering process. Fluxes should
remove the tarnish from base metals and prevent them from reforming oxides
It is a good practice to buy a solder wire from a reputed manufacturer because
both the alloy composition and flux used may vary, which is often detrimental to
the product. The lead present in the solder does not cause any health hazard.
13.4.2 Flux In order to aid the soldering process, a substance knows as 'flux' is
used. Flux is needed to remove the microscopic film of oxides on the surfaces of
metals to be soldered and it forms a protective film that prevents re-oxidation
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1 Basics of Printed Circuit Boards
2 Electronic Components
3 Layout Planning and Design
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