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Semiconductor Technologies by Jan Grym

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Semiconductor Technologies
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533070803
Number of pages: 462

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Contents: Semiconductor processes and devices modelling; Iterative Solution Method in Semiconductor Equations; Automation and Integration in Semiconductor Manufacturing; Contamination monitoring and analysis in semiconductor manufacturing; Advanced Plasma Processing: Etching, Deposition, and Wafer Bonding Techniques for Semiconductor Applications; etc.

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