UNDERSTANDING SILICON PROCESSING AND MICROMACHINING


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UNDERSTANDING SILICON PROCESSING AND MICROMACHINING
10106001010608UNDERSTANDING SILICON PROCESSING AND MICROMACHINING
<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">WHAT IS SILICON?</emphasis></emphasis> Silicon is an element with a colossal number of uses. It is the second most abundant element (after oxygen) in the earth’s crust, making up 25.7 percent of it by weight. It is present in a wide variety of materials, including sand, clay, glass, and bone. Pure silicon, however, is not found in nature but must be refi…
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Sabrie Soloman: Sensors Handbook, Second Edition. UNDERSTANDING SILICON PROCESSING AND MICROMACHINING, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010 1999), AccessEngineering Export