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  • #redirect [[Tool_List#Wet Processing]]
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  • ...r]], or a custom graphite fixture in conjunction with any one of [[Thermal Processing|numerous ovens]], such as the N2-purged [[Tube Furnace Wafer Bonding (Therm [[Category:Processing]]
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  • ...rication tools and equipment, such as vaccuum deposition, etchers, thermal processing etc. ...The Process Group helps to ensure that equipment is providing the expected processing capabilities.
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  • =====Thermal Processing for Photolithography===== =Wet Processing=
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  • #redirect [[Tool_List#Wet Processing]]
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  • #redirect [[Tool_List#Thermal Processing]]
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  • Processing all kinds of semiconductor devices. with deep process experience: lithogra
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  • ...he was a Senior Engineer working on optical packaging, III/V semiconductor processing, and facility design and construction. The primary goal at the Goleta Ciena
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  • ...an 6200. Biljana is available for help and support in any issue related to processing in the cleanroom.
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  • ==Processing/Fabrication Questions== ...e directly into a page without editing any code, like using a regular word processing program. The Visual Editor is the recommended method. Alternatively, ''[Ed
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  • ...phy_Recipes#Photolithography_Recipes Photolith. Recipes Page] for detailed processing info (bakes/spins/exposure does etc.). Basic photoresists include:
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  • |type = Thermal Processing * [[Thermal Processing Recipes|Thermal Processing Recipes: Tystar 8300]]
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  • |type = Wet Processing
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  • |type = Thermal Processing
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  • ...ystem is load-locked and can accommodate sample temperatures up to 550°C. Processing temperature windows are defined for each material based on growth limitatio
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  • This computer-controlled, turbo-pumped RIE is the "work horse" of the processing laboratory due to it's ease of operation and versatility. It can be operate ...itor and chart recorder. Various devices that use this tool as an integral processing step include: in-plane lasers, VCSELs, micro-lenses, Bragg-Fresnel lens, FE
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  • ...tting of water-based surface etchants. This is very important for wet-etch processing through small, high aspect ratio photoresist holes or lines. One system als
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  • ...ely 10 um, allowing for measurement of thin films at various points in the processing.
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  • |type = Thermal Processing
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  • [[Category:Processing]]
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  • [[Category:Processing]]
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  • ...inks to the datasheets for each. The datasheets will often have important processing info such as spin-speed vs. thickness curves, typical process parameters, b [[Category:Processing]]
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