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Applied, Stanford demo copolymer litho

12/7/2010 03:48 PM EST
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re: Applied, Stanford demo copolymer litho
resistion   12/12/2010 2:06:23 AM
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Intel needs to lock down its 11 nm litho in 2012, looks not enough time to introduce anything new.

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re: Applied, Stanford demo copolymer litho
resistion   12/10/2010 12:47:32 AM
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It looks very promising if they can scale to smaller and larger scale lengths. Another thing is the natural dispersion of distances. But it is definitely the cheapest sub-20 nm method I've seen so far.

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