Electronics don’t like it hot. That’s why electronic systems designers are looking for ways to keep their components cool in ever-smaller devices. As chips shrink and densities within components grow, heat can become a real problem—not only for devices used in civilian life, but in the military as well. In the latter case, the problem expands beyond inconvenience to one of safety. The armed forces depend on the quality of their electronics to maintain the integrity of
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