bonding wire

bonding wire

[′bän·diŋ ‚wīr]
(electricity)
Wire used to connect metal objects so they have the same potential (usually ground potential).
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Bonding wires made of gold dominated the bonding wire packaging material market for decades.
has developed a Silver-alloy bonding wire and stud bump, showcasing the optimal performance of silver.
Thinning and thickening accompanying grain growth were observed in worn bonding wire after current stress.
of Tanaka Precious Metals, which boasts the world's leading share in the manufacture of bonding wire (wiring material), will establish a production subsidiary for manufacturing copper bonding wire (hereinafter "copper wire") in Taiwan, and will begin manufacturing on February 1.
Japanese companies are major producers of materials used in semiconductor packaging and substrates, including IC package substrates, leadframes, bonding wire, mold compounds and encapsulants, solder balls, underfill and dielectric materials.
US electronic instruments producer Ametek (NYSE:AME) said Monday it had bought Coining Holding Company, a metal preforms, microstampings and bonding wire solutions specialist, for USD148m (EUR102.
Unknown to me at that time was the possibility that the door's bonding wire could have worked its way in front of the receptacle's conduit.
Readers from New Jersey were concerned that we violated code by not including a bonding wire between the cold/hot pipes and the gas line.
K & S) has released a Gold Bonding Wire designated the Radix.