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2001 ITRS Front End Process

2001 ITRS Front End Process

2001 ITRS Front End Process. July 18, 2001 San Francisco, CA. FEP Chapter Scope. The scope of the FEP Chapter of the ITRS is to define comprehensive future requirements and identify potential solutions for the key technology areas in front-end-of-line IC wafer fabrication processing.

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The new materials

The new materials

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New Intercalation Materials

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