Mechanism of Low Temperature Sintering-Bonding through In-Situ Formation of Silver Nanoparticles Using Silver Oxide Microparticles Academic Article uri icon

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  • In this paper, a low temperature sintering-bonding process through in-situ formation of silver (Ag) nanoparticles using silver–oxide (Ag2O) microparticles was studied. The Ag2O powders were mixed with triethylene glycol (TEG) to form a paste, which was used to bond the Ag-coated copper (Cu) bulks. The results revealed that high temperature was helpful to increase the bond strength, and the joints average shear strength can reach 21.9 MPa at 523 K under 2 MPa for 5 min. And the mechanism of the reaction and sintering bonding process were basically made clear by using TGA-FTIR, FE-SEM and XRD, further, a reasonable sintering-bonding model was proposed.


  • Zhou, Norman
  • Mu, Fengwen
  • Zhao, Zhenyu
  • Zou, Guisheng
  • Bai, Hailin
  • Wu, Aiping
  • Liu, Lei
  • Zhang, Dongyue
  • Norman Zhou, Y

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  • 2013