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CPU, DRAM ride organic substrates at ISSCC

2/23/2011 11:25 PM EST
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Sanjib.A   2/27/2011 6:59:04 AM
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Is the plastic substrate used in these chips bio-degradable or non-degradable? Now a days we are talking more about and favor "Green Technologies", would like to see something in electronics very soon, which could be "environment friendlily scrap-able" :)

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