Products/Services for Photolithography Chemicals

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    Photolithography Services - (39 companies)
    ...chemical reactions, the pattern on the photoresist is etched into channels. Because many chips are manufactured in layers, photolithography services repeat these deposition and removal steps, each time with a different photomask. Some semiconductors... Learn More
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    MEMS Foundry - (80 companies)
    ...packaging and backend processing, photolithography, screen-printing, wafer bonding, and wet and chemical etching. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments - (2136 companies)
    ...from the surface or material. Types of Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments. Cleaners consist of a large array of different chemicals and substances. They can be classified into different types based on their consistency and function. Strong... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Biosensors and Microarrays - (39 companies)
    Biosensors, microarrays, biochips and lab-on-chip (LOC) products are microscale devices for biological, biochemical and chemical arrays. They consist of microfluidic channels and a biodetector or microsensor arrays. Biosensors, microarrays, biochips... Learn More
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    Organic Chemicals - (1581 companies)
    Organic chemicals are chemical compounds that contain carbon in their molecular structure. How to Select Organic Chemicals. Organic chemicals are chemical compounds that contain carbon as part of their molecular structure. Other elements... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Plating Chemicals and Anodizing Chemicals - (114 companies)
    Plating chemical and anodizing chemicals include metal salts, formula additives, and other consumables for the electrodeposition, electroless plating, electroplating and anodized layer formation. Plating Chemicals and Anodizing Chemicals Information... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Semiconductor Wet Process Equipment - (141 companies)
    Semiconductor wet process equipment performs a variety of wet processing applications including etching, washing, chemical mechanical polishing (CMP), and spin coating in semiconductor or microelectronics manufacturing. Semiconductor Wet Process... Learn More
  • Reagents and Laboratory Chemicals - (213 companies)
    Reagents and laboratory chemicals include substances of sufficient purity for use in chemical analysis, chemical reactions or physical testing. Purity standards for reagents and laboratory chemicals are set by organizations such as ASTM... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ...are pumps designed to move chemicals or chemical slurries. They are designed and constructed to handle substances with varying levels of viscosity, corrosiveness, and abrasiveness. Some of these pumps are also metering pumps, which provide flow... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Chemical Testing Services - (551 companies)
    Chemical testing services test, analyze, and certify a wide range of chemicals for purity, chemical compatibility, and environmental impact. How to Select Chemical Testing Services. Chemical testing. Image Credit: Galbraith Laboratories | Quality... Search by Specification | Learn More
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The SpinBall is a single-wafer spin coater/developer specifically for R &D labs and specialty production fabs. Designed for the application of photolithography chemicals, the station provides uniform, precise, and repeatable process results through its advanced aerodynamic cup design. Based...

...machining, chemical machining. Photo etching is a process used in the creation of integrated circuits, that combines photolithography with the etching process. Photolithography is used to form patterns on semiconductor substrates coated with photoresist, resulting in selective developing...

Developments in IC manufacturing are increasing the demand of in situ concentration measurement in liquid chemicals are consumed in significantly greater quantities for chemical mechanical planarization (CMP), photolithography, electrochemical deposition (ECD) and surface preparation....

...by the substrate and to cross-link the remaining photoresist. Cross-linking the polymer increases the mechanical and chemical stability of the material, allowing it to be used in further processing of the substrate. Photolithography Systems. Examples of photolithography systems that require photomasks...

Chip (IC) technology and comprises processes such as photolithography and electron beam lithography.1 By means of IC technology, microprocessors with millions of transistors can be routinely fabricated and launched in enormous numbers of calculations per second. With the increasing complexity...

...is the basis for LabCD. Fabricating microfluidic devices utilizes methods such as photolithography, chemical vapor deposition, micromachining, and soft embossing to develop the basic device design. This design can be the basis for developing molds that can be used for production runs applying methods...

...of flexible electronic circuitry small enough to suit the minute scale essential to such projects. ERMF is based on semiconductor-level photolithography, thin-film processing (sputter deposition and ion milling), and electrochemical metal deposition. The process not only reduces the minimum conductive...

(primarily for DNA). DNA synthesis methods include photolithography and electrochemical synthesis. For more than a decade, microarrays, especially those chips containing DNA, have been used in pharmaceutical research and development. Such devices have leveraged the efforts of the human genome...

...physical metallurgy. Semiconductor chips are manufactured by a. and manufacturability (machining, electropolishing, and. multi-step process involving chemical vapor deposition,. welding). photolithography, chemical stripping, and other proc-. esses, to create an engineered structure on the surface...

...planar wafer surface. The near-atomic-level flatness achieved by CMP is driven by the optical depth of focus issues of photolithography, which is a highly sophisticated process. Photolithography requires a flat surface to image dense multilayer integrated circuits. In general, the smaller the device...

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