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Searched for: LC Classification is Science -- Physics -- Electricity and magnetism -- Electricity -- Electric current (General) -- Electric conductivity -- Semiconductor physics -- Specific semiconducting substances and types, A-Z -- Silicon
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This Quicktime animation is of a single wire slicing the silicon ingot into thin wafers. By using a thinner wire, and by cutting all wafers at that same time, this minimizes material loss. This animation is the third in...
This Quicktime animation shows the first step in the silicon wafer manufacturing process. Under 15 seconds in length, the animation shows the melting of polysilicon and the addition of minute amounts of electrically...
This page is an index to the interactive Java tutorials developed to help students understand topics in electricity and magnetism. Created by Florida State University, the site contains tutorials about concepts such as...
This Quicktime animation shows the second main step in the silicon wafer development process after the ingots are cooled. This animation shows the process of grinding silicon ingots to the proper diameter. This happens...
This Quicktime animation shows an optional process for creating silicon epitaxial wafers. The animations shows a trichlorosilane gas being injected which creates a monocrystaline film atop the preexisting wafer. This...
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