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TECHSPRAY  1978-DP  HEAT SINK COMPOUND, SILICONE FREE, TUBE, 4OZ

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  • Manufacturer: TECHSPRAY
  • Newark Part No.: 68K7301
  • Manufacturer Part No 1978-DP

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  • Dispensing Method: Tube
  • RoHS Compliant: Yes
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Volume: -
  • Weight: 4oz

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Hello Support,

Thermal conductivity for GC 10-8120, Heat sink compound.
What is the thermal conductivity in CAL/SEC CM degC?
I need to compare this product with another to use it in Production.

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Richard
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Per the Newark spec sheet, the answer given for the thermal conductivity is from the spec sheet but the units are in deg kelvin, not deg centigrade. I need the equivelent spec in deg centigrade. Need thermal conductivity for GC 10-8120 in the units of CAL/SEC CM deg C, and not CAL/SEC CM deg K.

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Thermal conductivity for part # 10-8120:
Property : Thermal Conductivity, g-cal/sec/cm2/°C/cm
Test Method : Modified D.S.C.
Condition : 36°C @ 1 sec
Result :1.8 X 10^-3
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