Photolithography

 

The technique used to produce the silicon chips that make up modern-day computers. The traditional process involves shining light through a mask onto a photosensitive polymer (photoresist) on a silicon surface, then subsequently removing the exposed areas.

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The most common structuring method. Depositing a light sensitive layer on e.g. A silicon wafer. Illuminating this layer through a mask and develloping the structure in a final step. The result can be either the structures of the used mask or it's opposite for a positive or negative resist, respectively.

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A computer processor fabrication technique that uses light to expose a photosensitive film, resulting in the needed pattern of circuits at a much smaller scale

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The technique used to produce the silicon chips that make up modern-day computers. The traditional process involves shining light through a mask onto a photosensitive polymer (photoresist) on a silicon surface, then subsequently removing the exposed areas.

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Writing or creating patterns by means of light.

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