Interlayer Dielectrics For Semiconductor Technologies

Hardcover | December 30, 2003

byShyam P MurakaEditorMoshe Eizenberg, Ashok K Sinha

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Semiconductor technologies are moving at such a fast pace that new materials are needed in all types of application. Manipulating the materials and their properties at atomic dimensions has become a must. This book presents the case of interlayer dielectrics materials whilst considering these challenges. Interlayer Dielectrics for Semiconductor Technologies cover the science, properties and applications of dielectrics, their preparation, patterning, reliability and characterisation, followed by the discussion of different materials including those with high dielctric constants and those useful for waveguide applications in optical communications on the chip and the package. * Brings together for the FIRST time the science and technology of interlayer deilectrics materials, in one volume* written by renowned experts in the field* Provides an up-to-date starting point in this young research field.

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Semiconductor technologies are moving at such a fast pace that new materials are needed in all types of application. Manipulating the materials and their properties at atomic dimensions has become a must. This book presents the case of interlayer dielectrics materials whilst considering these challenges. Interlayer Dielectrics for Semi...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:464 pages, 9.45 × 6.5 × 0.98 inPublished:December 30, 2003Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0125112211

ISBN - 13:9780125112215

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Table of Contents

Dialectric Properties, Characterization of Low Dielectric Constant Materials, Compatibilities of Dielectric Film, Silicon Based Dielectrics, Low K Polymers, Chemical Vapour Deposition of CF Low K Materials, Nanoporous Dielectric Films: Fundamental Property Relations and Microelectronic Applications, High K Dielectrics Grown by Atomic Layer Disposition, Dielectric Materials in Optical Waveguide Applications, Reliability, Future Trends in Silicon Technologies.