ASTM's electronics standards are instrumental in specifying, evaluating, and testing the performance requirements of the materials and accessories used in the fabrication of electronic components, devices, and equipments. These components include thin films and substrates, membrane switches, surface mount devices, electron tubes and emitters, integrated circuits, microelectronic devices, bonding wires, gas distribution system components, and flat panel displays. These electronics standards guide semiconductor device manufacturers and other companies that deal with such parts and components in the appropriate fabrication and treatment procedures, as well as in the examination and assessment of the end-products' properties to ensure quality towards safe utilization.
List of electronics standards developed by ASTM:
Management Practices and Guides
Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects
Wire Bonding, Flip Chip, and Tape Automated Bonding
Other standards developed by ASTM committees: