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Electromigration for Designers: An Introduction for the Non-Specialist

4/12/2002 04:00 AM EDT
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Dave Martsolf
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re: Electromigration for Designers: An Introduction for the Non-Specialist
Dave Martsolf   9/23/2010 2:19:25 PM
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Hi Jim, I was interested in the electromigration possibilities of polysilicon as we have noted what could be ESD events that seem to grow poly tubes around a poly stringer, turning a weak (but passing our tests) parts into a failed part later. The aspects of how strongly doped pol;y must be in order to become responsive to varying degrees of current (both normal and abnormal) interest me. Thanks for your article.

Jim Lloyd
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Jim Lloyd   12/18/2008 7:47:57 PM
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I just wanted to see comments to the article I wrote several years ago that you are using. How do I do that? Assuming there are comments

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