Cleaning of tantalum capacitor electrode surface by laser in multipulse regime

A. E. Villarreal, A. K. Frías, F. G. Rendón, T. Flores, L. Ponce, G. Vázquez-Bautista

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© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017. In this paper a method for cleaning tantalum capacitors terminals, using the technique of selective ablation by pulsed laser is proposed. Such ablation is studied by the LIBS technique to characterize capacitors and determine the resin composition and possible contaminants adhered. In addition, OCT measurements are performed to recreate the damage done to the samples.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages345-353
Number of pages309
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Villarreal, A. E., Frías, A. K., Rendón, F. G., Flores, T., Ponce, L., & Vázquez-Bautista, G. (2017). Cleaning of tantalum capacitor electrode surface by laser in multipulse regime. 345-353. Paper presented at Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series, . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28513-9_48
Villarreal, A. E. ; Frías, A. K. ; Rendón, F. G. ; Flores, T. ; Ponce, L. ; Vázquez-Bautista, G. / Cleaning of tantalum capacitor electrode surface by laser in multipulse regime. Paper presented at Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series, .309 p.
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