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Next-Generation Materials in Semiconductor Processing: Manufacturing, Handling and ESH Issues

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GAUTAM BHANDARI, ATMI, Danbury, CT, USA

ABSTRACT

Semiconductor processing in the next few years will employ several new materials. This poses chemical and risk management challenges. In this article the regulatory environment in the United States is described. Some engineering solutions are discussed. An effective strategy uses both risk management tools and engineering solutions.
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