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YES Vapor Prime Oven

CAC Name: YES

Vacuum oven for HMDS wafer priming

Yield Engineering Systems LP-III Vapor Prime Oven Backup: Edward Camacho , Michael Skvarla
Equipment Training
Training is given one-on-one to users on request. Please contact the tool manager for training.

Description:

The YES LP-III is a vacuum oven that can be used for HMDS vapor priming. Using hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS), the unit functions as a standard vacuum vapor primer. Clean wafers are dehydrated through a series of heated (150C) evacuation and dry N2 (nitrogen) refills. HMDS vapor then evaporates into the evacuated chamber forming a monolayer on the wafer surfaces. Vapor priming is used to improve the adhesion of the photoresist to the wafer.

Capabilities:

  • HMDS vapor priming for improved adhesion of photoresist


Additional Resources:

Equipment Information Sheet


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Photolithography Training Sessions for the Week of September 18th
Sep 18, 2017
General Photolithography training will be offered Tuesday at 1:30PM. We will meet in the Spinner room.

Heidelberg DWL2000 Mask Writer Training will be offered Wednesday at 3:30PM. Meet at the tool.

AB-M contact aligner, Schott IR inspection tool, MA6 contact aligner, and Wafer Bonder training can be scheduled with Edward Camacho.

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For any other training sessions, this week contact the tool owner for scheduling. Please review the materials available at each of the web page ...more
ASML DUV Stepper *UNAVAILABLE* Thursday September 21st 9:00 am - Noon
Sep 14, 2017
The ASML DUV Stepper will be UNAVAILABLE Thursday, September 21st, as ASML will be performing diagnostics on the tool.

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