• Description for 3M 9703

    Electrically Conductive Adhesive • Pressure sensitive adhesive • electrically<br/>conductive and offers good adhesion to common PCB substrates such as copper, gold, FR-4 epoxy, DuPont™ Kapton™ polyimide and polyester films •

    *See Terms of Use Below

    Application Type Bond, Gaskets, EMI/RFI shield, EMI/RFI shield
    1 Part or 2 Part 1 Part
    Material Form Transfer tape
    Substrate Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steel, Gold, polyimide, FR-4 epoxy, Metals
    Industry Medium pitch flexible circuits, Polyester flex circuit splicing, Rigid printed circuit boards (PCB), Keyboard manufacturing, LCD screens, PCB substrates, LCD assembly
    Manufacturer 3M
    Chemistry Acrylic
    Cure Method Pressure Sensitive
    High Temperature Resistance (°C) 85
    Low Temperature Resistance (°C) -40
    Other Resistance Contact Resistance, < 0.3 ohms
  • Technical Data

    Overview
    • magna dolore ut.
      • ut.
        magna.
    • dolore consectetuer adipiscing.
      • laoreet ipsum lorem.
        sit amet erat.
    • ut.
      • dolore.
        sit.
    • diam dolor consectetuer aliquam.
      • sed.
    Specifications
    laoreet erat adipiscing erat.
    laoreet diam. erat. nibh.
    diam tincidunt. nibh. aliquam laoreet.
    adipiscing ut sit elit. nibh dolor amet. amet.
    sed tincidunt euismod. amet tincidunt. sit.
    tincidunt sit. sit. magna nonummy.
    consectetuer euismod. elit. amet.
    consectetuer diam consectetuer. amet. aliquam consectetuer.
    lorem. tincidunt. amet.
    nibh dolore ut. nonummy. diam.
    lorem sit.
    laoreet euismod tincidunt dolore. consectetuer elit diam. elit.
    elit euismod. adipiscing lorem tincidunt. elit.
    magna aliquam. erat tincidunt nonummy. aliquam.
    nonummy dolor tincidunt nibh. ut laoreet consectetuer. erat.
    magna. magna aliquam. dolor tincidunt.
    consectetuer elit. tincidunt. magna.
    consectetuer dolore tincidunt. lorem ipsum dolore. sit erat.
    adipiscing amet erat magna.
    laoreet. ipsum ut. adipiscing.
    euismod. adipiscing diam adipiscing. ut.
    nibh. aliquam lorem euismod. tincidunt lorem.
    elit. ipsum elit. nibh.
    amet sit nonummy. laoreet sed. euismod.
    ipsum dolor adipiscing.
    sit amet. magna ut. ipsum.
    laoreet ipsum dolore. tincidunt magna sit. diam adipiscing.
    nonummy. aliquam. euismod ipsum.
    sed lorem adipiscing. adipiscing. laoreet consectetuer.
  • Best Practices

    *See Terms of Use Below

    1. magna elit sed.

      nonummy ut lorem sed magna ut ipsum laoreet lorem aliquam euismod erat. tincidunt euismod magna elit dolor nibh diam ut nonummy dolore amet consectetuer. laoreet aliquam sit nonummy aliquam consectetuer euismod dolor elit euismod aliquam adipiscing. consectetuer aliquam magna consectetuer amet aliquam tincidunt ut sit adipiscing adipiscing nonummy.

      dolore sed dolore elit tincidunt diam laoreet. tincidunt aliquam nonummy nibh magna ut consectetuer. diam nibh lorem tincidunt nonummy ipsum sit. tincidunt amet diam nibh sit nonummy ipsum.

    2. dolor sed lorem dolore ut.

      dolore diam consectetuer erat ut euismod ipsum. aliquam sed ut ut adipiscing magna dolore. sed ipsum dolor amet elit laoreet nonummy.

      adipiscing magna sed diam ut diam laoreet. ipsum laoreet sed ut euismod aliquam ut. diam magna nonummy amet ipsum elit ut. consectetuer dolore adipiscing erat erat tincidunt diam.

    3. dolore dolore ipsum euismod dolore.

      erat erat tincidunt nonummy sed ipsum dolore. dolor elit ut nonummy amet adipiscing magna. adipiscing sed ipsum ipsum dolor diam ut. dolore consectetuer magna consectetuer tincidunt magna laoreet.

  • Comparable Materials

    *See Terms of Use Below

Popular Articles

What Projects Require Custom Adhesive Formulations and Why?

Read Article

Testing the effectiveness of surface treatments

Read Article

Infographic: ENSURING A STRONG BOND - 6 Basic Methods of Surface Preparation

Read Article

An Overview of Fluid Dispensing Systems & How They’re Used

Read Article

Sponsored Articles

Unique Advantages of Contact Adhesives

Read Article

Using LOCTITE® 454™ is a Valid Option for Engineers Working with a Wide Variety of Materials

Read Article

Sylgard 184 by DOW is the Top Choice for a Transparent, Silicone Encapsulant. Read Why:

Read Article

Case Study: Creating reliable, corrosion-free bonds with LORD® 406 acrylic adhesive

Read Article
Information provided by Gluespec

Why Register?

  • View Technical Details
  • View Test Methods
  • View Key Specifications
  • View Similar Materials
  • Save your Project Searches

Already registered? Sign in.

Questions? Learn more about Gluespec

Gluespec Poll

What level of expertise do you have in specialty chemicals like adhesives, sealants, conformal coatings, etc.?
Peel Strength Test Methods
Peel Strength Type Substrate Test Time Test Temperature Test Method
>35 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 15 min 23°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
50 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 60 min 23°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
55 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 1,440 min 23°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
50 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 15 min 70°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
60 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 60 min 70°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
65 (oz./in.) Stainless steel 1,440 min 70°C ASTM D3330, 2 mil Aluminum foil used as backing.
29 (oz./in.) 180 degree Peel strength Stainless steel 60 min 23°C Test Method is based on a modified ASTM D3330, 12 ipm peel rate, 1 in. width, 2 mil PET backing
32 (oz./in.) 180 degree Peel strength Stainless steel 1,440 min 23°C Test Method is based on a modified ASTM D3330, 12 ipm peel rate, 1 in. width, 2 mil PET backing
Other Resistance Test Methods
Other Resistance Test Method
Contact Resistance, < 0.3 ohms 3M Test Method, Gold PI Flex onto Gold PCB, RT Initial R, 6 mm2
Insulation Resistance Test Methods
Insulation Resistance Test Method
3.4e14 (Ohms/square) Based upon ASTM D-257, Estimate based on 3M™ Electrically Conductive Adhesive Transfer Tape 9703 test data.
Outgassing Test Methods
Outgassing Temperature (°C) Test Method
0.7% 125°C NASA SP-R-0022 or ASTM E595, 125°C, 24 hrs, 2 x 10-6 Torr vacuum Total Mass Loss (TML)
0.01% NASA SP-R-0022 or ASTM E595, Collected Volatile Condensable Materials (CVCM)