Fluorinated Resins With Low Dielectric Constant.
Patent Application, filed 26 Feb 92,
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON DC
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A highly fluorinated benzene compound is reacted with acryloyl chloride to yield a fluorinated liquid product which is used to impregnate a reinforcing structure. Upon impregnation, the liquid material is polymerized at about 55 deg C to produce a reinforced polymeric structure, which can be a circuit board. The polymer has dielectric constant of about 2.1, which is very low compared to the polymers used presently.
- Polymer Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- Electricity and Magnetism