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  • n. Plural form of photoresist.

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Examples

  • As semiconductor process technology advances and wiring densities get even higher, use of conventional polymer photoresists—the base materials for conventional semiconductor resist—will face hurdles.

    November 2009 - Fareastgizmos.com

  • By the time lithography technology advances into the 20nm-scale generation, use of today's argon fluoride laser exposure apparatus and polymer photoresists will result in difficulties in achieving required resolutions.

    November 2009 - Fareastgizmos.com

  • Electronic Materials achieved several customer wins in the quarter related to next-generation chemical mechanical planarization pads, photoresists for leading edge memory production, and optical films used in liquid crystal display LCD televisions.

  • Rohm and Haas supplies SMIC with materials including photoresists, ion exchange resins, and chemical mechanical planarization materials such as slurries and polishing pads.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Novellus 'innovative CFD films can be deposited at substrate temperatures less than 50°C, and are therefore compatible with advanced photoresists used in double patterning schemes.

    Nano Tech Wire

  • The back end of the value chain (ie. photoresists, chip-makers) and the front end (ie. marketing, brand-name) are both lagging compared to international markets.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • Key foci include photoresists, organic optoelectronic materials and devices, new drug delivery systems, microfluidics and patterning technologies.

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • The semiconductor and electronic component manufacturing process requires the use of a variety of wet chemicals and alcohols, photoresists and hydrogen peroxide.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Molecular glass was first proposed in the late 1990s by Mitsuru Ueda of Yamagata University, Japan, for use as high-resolution photoresists and was thereafter developed by Chris Ober of Cornell University.

    YubaNet.com

  • Of course, the imaging process is more complicated, involving two light sources, many-beamed interference patterns, and different photoresists.

    Ars Technica

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