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July 17, 2011 AT 12:00 am

‪Making Microchips at Home – Cooking with Jeri

Jeri how to cleave wafers, remove native oxide, test the dopant type with a hot probe test and loading the furnace.


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5 Comments

  1. Jeri, once again, is taking video beyond anything I’ve seen for demonstrating electronics.

  2. This is cool! Where you can get wafers in small numbers (i.e. 1 or 2)?

  3. The Ideanator

    OMG! I’m doing nearly the same thing (or going to) with sputtering in a high vacuum! This set of videos will be such a help.

  4. This is really cool! I’ll just need to refit my oven to get 1000C. That should come in handy for broiling some steaks…and getting something back from my insurance.

    Nice cleaving demo too. I’ve used a dremel on a poor little silicon die the last time…

  5. wow. that’s a really nice experiment bridging the gap between production and use of silicon components.

    *tipshat*

    jerry, you’re awesome 🙂 thanks for sharing!

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