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Revision as of 11:02, 21 April 2022

ICP#2: 0.5Pa, 50/900W, CHF3/CF4=10/30 sccm, time=210 sec
Date Sample# Etch Rate (nm/min) Etch Selectivity (SiO2/PR) Averaged Sidewall Angle (o) SEM Images
4/20/22 NP_ICP2_05 171.7 [1] [2]
4/12/2022 NP_ICP2_04 167.9 [1] [2]
3/30/2022 NP_ICP2_03 164 1.23 [1] [2]
3/8/2022 NP_ICP2_02 144 1.02 [1] [2]
3/2/2022 NP_ICP2_01 169.6 1.29 [1] [2]
8/9/2021 I22105 140 0.97 After etching diamond sample for 1 hour using Cl2/Ar. Found chamber/etches are ok. [1]
8/9/2021 I22104 147 1.06 Before etching diamond sample for 1 hour using Cl2/Ar [2]
7/21/2021 I22103 134 1.09 Investigating reports of low etch rate [3]
5/19/2021 I22102 163 1.11 Etch time=130 sec [4]
1/7/2021 I22101 144 1.20 [5]
8/9/2020 I22002 102 0.86 caused by air leaking to CHF3 channel [6]
1/16/2020 I22001 149 1.21 [7]
7/18/2019 I21905 162 1.37 [8]
3/6/2019 I21904 151 1.23 85.6 [9]
1/28/2019 I21901 146 1.23 [10]
10/5/2018 SiO2#02 160 1.2 82.1 [11]


Alternate Data (not updated)

We stopped taking data for the following table in 2019, use the above data instead.