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Quantitative In-Situ Measurement of Asperity Compression Under the Wafer During Polishing. Caprice Gray MRS Spring Meeting San Francisco, CA March 30, 2005. Overview. Introduction Experimental Setup Polisher Dual Emission Laser Induced Fluorescence Pad Compression Experiments and Results

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quantitative in situ measurement of asperity compression under the wafer during polishing

Quantitative In-Situ Measurement of Asperity Compression Under the Wafer During Polishing

Caprice Gray

MRS Spring Meeting

San Francisco, CA

March 30, 2005

overview
Overview
  • Introduction
  • Experimental Setup
    • Polisher
    • Dual Emission Laser Induced Fluorescence
  • Pad Compression Experiments and Results
    • Static Compression
    • Dynamic Compression
  • Conclusion
introduction
Introduction
  • DELIF is used to collect grayscale images that represent properties under the wafer during polishing
    • pH, temperature, fluid layer thickness
  • Previous thickness measurement
    • time averaged
    • low spatial resolution
  • New DELIF Setup
    • Laser enables instantaneous imaging
    • Larger distance between lens and CCD – 4 mm/pixel
  • In these experiments we use fluid thickness measurements to infer what is happening to pad asperities during polishing
polishing setup

Motor

Wafer

Platen

Steel Table

RotoPol-31

Force Table

Polishing Setup
why examine 2 emissions

Pad

Slurry

Why Examine 2 Emissions?

Ratio

=

Division of 2 images cancels variations

in image source intensity

experiments
Experiments
  • Pads: flat Fruedenberg FX9
    • Global vs. Local topography
  • Static: flat glass wafer
  • Dynamic: etched glass wafer
static pad compression
Static Pad Compression
  • 2 Images were taken in a single section of the pad.
    • 0 kPa
    • 70 kPa
  • 17 total sections were imaged and analyzed.
histogram analysis
Histogram Analysis
  • The asperity size distribution is the same shape as the fluid layer thickness distribution.
  • When force is applied to the wafer, the distribution changes both shape and location.
  • Standard deviation comparison → pad compression
  • Peak location → fluid layer thickness.
  • Compression factor: e
dynamic pad compression
Dynamic Pad Compression
  • Two wafers were etched and contain square wells
    • 14.5 mm deep
    • 27 mm deep
  • Asperities can expand under these wells.
  • Histograms from regions 1 and 2 are compared
  • Run Conditions:
    • Pad/wafer rotation: 30 RPM
    • Continuous conditioning
    • Slurry flow: 50 cc/min
    • Force applied to wafer: 10 kPa
conclusions
Conclusions
  • DELIF can be used to measure slurry film thickness with asperity scale resolution.
  • Over the 6 mm2 regions imaged, Different amounts of fluid can be displaced due to the same applied global forces.
  • Pad topography deformation can be inferred from fluid layer thickness measurements.
    • During a static application of force, local pad compression is roughly linearly related to the amount of fluid displaced by the compression
    • In the dynamic case, asperity expansion into 27 mm deep wells was greater than expansion into 14.5 mm deep wells.
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • Tufts
    • Professor Chris Rogers
    • Professor Vincent P. Manno
    • Dan Apone
    • TUFTL
  • Intel Corporation
    • Chris Barns
    • Mansour Moinpour
  • Cabot Microelectronics
    • Sriram Anjur
  • University of Arizona
    • Ara Philipossian
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