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  1. Are detailed technical specifications available for Parylene Conformal Coating?
  2. Are there variants to Parylene?
  3. What are the advantages of diX Parylene Coatings?
  4. What are the electrical properties of Parylene?
  5. What are the Thermal Properties of Parylene?
  6. What are the typical applications of Parylene?
  7. What are the typical mechanical and physical properties of diX film coatings?
  8. What are the typical uses of Parylene?
  9. What is a Dimerpolymer?
  10. What is Parylene?
  11. What is the deposition process?
  12. What is the Solvent Resistance of Parylene?
  13. What type of film is Parylene?
  14. Why use Parylene?

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