IEC 62047-15:2015 Withdrawn

Semiconductor devices - Micro-electromechanical devices - Part 15: Test method of bonding strength between PDMS and glass

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Abstract

IEC 62047-15:2015 describes test method for bonding strength between poly dimethyl siloxane (PDMS) and glass. Silicone-based rubber, PDMS, is used for building of chip-based microfluidic devices fabricated using lithography and replica moulding processes. The problem of bonding strength is mainly for high pressure applications as in the case of certain peristaltic pump designs where an off chip compressed air supply is used to drive the fluids in micro channels created by a twin layer, one formed by bondage between glass with replica moulded PDMS and another between PDMS and PDMS. Also, in case of systems having pneumatic microvalves, a relatively high level of bonding particularly between two replica moulded layers of PDMS becomes quite necessary. Usually there is a leakage and debonding phenomena between interface of bonded areas, which causes unstability and shortage of lifetime for MEMS devices. This standard specifies general procedures on bonding test of PDMS and glass chip.

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Publication typeInternational Standard
Publication date2015-03-05
Withdrawal date2018-01-04
Edition1.0
Available language(s)English/French
TC/SCTC 47/SC 47F - Micro-electromechanical systemsrss
ICS31.080.99 - Other semiconductor devices
Stability date  2018
Pages21
File size1192 KB

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