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Dr. Paul Ryan, Dr. Matthew Wormington & Helen Parnell, Bede X-ray Metrology, UK


With the move to 90nm technology nodes and beyond, manufacturers are looking at all stages of semiconductor fabrication to ensure that current process technologies are a match for increasingly demanding requirements. Metrology is no exception.

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