If you’ve spent any time trying to manage heat in electronic devices, you may already know about the pyrolytic graphite sheet (PGS) (see “What is PGS?”). With thermal-conductivity values as high as 1950 W/m•K when properly oriented, PGS is one of the most effective heat-spreader materials available. It’s also as thin as 10 microns and flexible, making it easier to manage heat in tight spaces or even around curves. Thanks to these properties, PGS has
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