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    for 65-nm wafer inspection, the 302 system combines both bright-field and dark-field inspection technologies in one tool. For bright-field inspection, the system's Step &Image 2-D imaging technology replaces traditional TDI CCD technology, which is slow and jitter-prone. The system is also effective
  • Analysis of Barrier Metal Layers of SI-Devices (HD-2000 5)
    permits observation of crystalline specimens at high phase contrast, a dark field detector which permits observations of slight composition or density differences at high atomic number contrast, and a secondary electron detector which permits 3-dimensional observation from surface to inner
  • Peter Cochrane
    and headset based systems. Unfortunately, all spectacles based 3-D systems require the wearing of dark or coloured spectacles, which dramatically reduce eye contact. Dark spectacles can even make the wearer look doubtful or sinister. Since eye contact with the person at the remote location is one
  • MICRO: Product Technology News (October 2000)
    -to-edge definition and with good signal-to-noise ratios that are even better when dark-field techniques are employed. The microscopes are designed for viewing, imaging, and documenting wafers, photomasks, reticles, and a variety of substrates, either independently or in combination with a wafer loader
  • Hubble Observations Shed New Light on Jupiter Collision
    and ground-based telescopes, shed new light on Jupiter's atmospheric winds, it's immense magnetic field, the mysterious dark debris from the impacts, and the composition of the doomed comet itself. These early results are being presented at a press conference today at NASA Headquarters in Washington
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    of information technology. The technology includes electronic devices that can tell us things we simply can't see with our eyes; for example, they can tell us where or in which position an object is in the dark (using infrared that can't be seen by human eyes); they can also follow, and record

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