The challenges and trends of high density

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Unformatted text preview: package dimensions, enhancement in microchip features an d increment of package complexity. In an attempt to provide an insight on how assembly packaging affects the performance electronic packages, this paper discusses on topics such as fine line spacing for high density, robust interconnection solder and effi cient thermal interface materials for heat management. It also entails the emerging need of the system -inpackage technology used for the hand-held and mobile internet devices. This exciting technology trend that drives the need for lower cost, higher performance and smaller form factor will require significant research and development effort leveraging the fundamentals of chemistry, thermal mechanic and materials science. University should continue to strengthen the basics of education and fundamentals of science to ensure students are able to adapt to this fast changing environment and generate innovative solutions on challenges of this exciting industry. KN-22 SINGLE-STEP EXTRACTION FOR THE DETERMINATION OF IONIZIED AND NEUTRAL ANALYTES FROM COMPLEX SAMPLE MATRICES Basheer Chanbasha Department of Chemistry, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran 31261, Saudi Arabia E-mail: cbasheer@kfupm.edu.sa Electro-membrane isolation (EMI) is a novel miniaturized extraction procedure in which the target analytes are facilitated to diffuse through a porous membrane under an electrical potential. This method has the merits of high selectivity, low cost, negligible consumption of organic solvent, and is readily coupled with most of the separation techniques. We have recently demonstrated* the feasibility of simultaneously extracting acidic and basic drugs under ambient sample pH using EMI involving the use of a three-compartment membrane envelope, filled with buffer and organic solvent, immersed in the sample solution. In this presentation, a single-step extraction procedure for the wide range of polar compounds from complex evironmetnal, food and biomedical samples will be reported. *Highlighted in TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 26, Issue 9, October 2007, Pages 843-846 60 3rd ICYC 2010 Universiti Sains Malaysia KN-23 STRATEGIES IN...
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