TDK's Guide to Electrically Conductive Adhesives (1): What is an electrically conductive adhesive?
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A. It is a material that consists of an epoxy resin mixed with a conductive material, and is used to form conductive joints that connect electronic components to PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards). Due to its physical characteristics, electrically conductive adhesives are used as alternatives to the conventional SMT (Surface Mount Technology) in many applications. It is a material that frequently consists of an epoxy resin mixed with a conductive filler. Higher conductivity can be achieved by using more filler, however, this reduces the strength of the bond due to less adhesive material.
The conductive material contained in the epoxy is often silver (Ag), or, less frequently, a conductive form of carbon (e.g. graphite).

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