NewsA novel, low-cost method detects nanoscale contaminants
during manufacture of semiconductor devices

20th October 2020by admin0
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As computer chips and other electronic devices
continue to shrink in size, they become ever more sensitive to
contamination. However, detecting the nanoscale equivalent of a
water spot on a window is incredibly challenging. It is essential,
though, since these nearly invisible defects of these components
may interfere with proper functioning.

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