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Microfabrication is used to make transistors, integrated circuits, optical waveguides, and nanofluidic channels.
Optical calculators and charts available for use.
Cleanroom gowns are required inside the cleanroom. Other areas of the cleanroom may require further protective equipment.
The NFPA diamond is designed to give general hazard information for chemicals.
Using cleanroom technology BYU researches have been able to create flexible glass.
A wafer after cleanroom fabrication, ready to be processed into individual parts and packaged.
MatLab is one of the greatest and most helpful tools for doing graphs, filtering data, etc. Learn how to use it by going on the tutorial.
Above is a link of several journals related to microfabrication and nanofabrication.
Learn more about the equipment manufactures
Click on the link above to view the Photoresist Manufacturer.