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A eutectic alloy is a metallic material that melts at the lowest possible temperature for its mix of constituents.
The 63/37 eutectic alloy has a distinct melting point of 61 F and transitions directly from solid to liquid with no plastic state.
The VBGA is a low cost, leadless ceramic package in a true surface-mount configuration using noncollapsing, hard balls made of copper-silver eutectic alloy.
Bismuth-tin mixture (typically 58% bismuth, 42% tin) is the most commonly used eutectic alloy because it expands slightly (typically 0.
Bond pad and backside metallization is gold plated for compatibility with eutectic alloy attachment methods as well as with thermocompression and thermosonic wire bonding.
These numbers are a far cry from the normal tin-lead eutectic alloy melting point of around 183[degrees]C with peak reflow temperatures of 215-220[degrees]C.
The TGA2502 bond pad and backside metallization is gold plated for compatibility with eutectic alloy attachment methods as well as with thermocompression and thermosonic wire bonding.
Bond pad and backside metalization is gold plated for compatibility with eutectic alloy attachment methods as well as with thermocompression and thermosonic wire bonding.