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Infrared microscopy

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[[{{PAGENAME}}|{{PAGENAME}}{{#if: {{#var:acronym}} |  ({{#var:acronym}})|}}]] is a method to look through a silicon wafer because silicon is transparent to infrared light.
 
==Equipment==
 
===Olympus IR Microscope===
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This microscope is set up with 5x, 10x, 20x and 50x objectives and has light sources from both the front and back. We have a holder for the bond aligner fixture to check bond alignment. It uses the same Steam software as the BX-51 microscope.
==Method of operation==
Optional description of materials that can be processed by technology. I think the best example of where this comes in handy would be with LPCVD describing the difference between HTO and LTO.
==Equipment==
 
 
===Olympus IR Microscope===
{{main|Olympus IR Microscope}}
This microscope is set up with 5x, 10x, 20x and 50x objectives and has light sources from both the front and back. We have a holder for the bond aligner fixture to check bond alignment. It uses the same Steam software as the BX-51 microscope.
==See also==
Administrator, LabUser, OnlineAccess, PhysicalAccess, Staff, StoreManager, StoreUser
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