Conductive tapes are used in electrical applications and typically consist of a metal foil, such as copper or aluminum, coated on one or both sides with a conductive adhesive. Conductive tapes are available in different adhesive strengths and may be permanent or removable. Common applications for conductive tapes include electrical bonding and grounding, interconnecting flexible circuits, cable shielding, and electromagnetic (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) shielding and grounding. Conductive tapes may be single sided, double sided, and may come with a conductive foam backing for additional gap filling and shock absorbing. Commonly made with acrylic adhesive, conductive tapes have excellent conformability (they are easy to shape) and are ideal for printed circuit boards (PCB), LCD screens, and computer keyboards.