Ultrahigh Resolution Lithography with Excimer Lasers

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Title: Ultrahigh Resolution Lithography with Excimer Lasers
Author: Tittel, Frank K.; Erdelyi, Miklos; Sengupta, Chaitali; Bor, Zsolt; Szabo, Gabor; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Smayling, Michael C.; Wilson, William L.
Type: Conference paper
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Citation: F. K. Tittel, M. Erdelyi, C. Sengupta, Z. Bor, G. Szabo, J. R. Cavallaro, M. C. Smayling and W. L. Wilson, "Ultrahigh Resolution Lithography with Excimer Lasers," pp. 263-272, 1995.
Abstract: The photolithography process is central to integrated circuit fabrication. Through this process an integrated circuit is patterned by imaging a photomask onto a layer of photoresist. The light source currently being used by the semiconductor industry in the photolithography process for 0.35 micron feature size is the mercury lamp. As the feature size for integrated circuits moves below 0.35 microns, a new source of shorter wavelength light and higher power must be found to replace the mercury lamp.
Date Published: 1995-07-01

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