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Technology
Technology Details
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Technology %Parent technology%
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Materials %Optional materials processed%
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Technology (%@@@@@%) is Write a brief description of what this technology is used for and how it works here.

See Reactive ion etching and Plasma etching for an example.

Equipment

If this is a "main category" for equipment (i.e. you categorized that equipment page to be this technology), you should list the equipment here with a brief description of that tool's capabilities. Seriously, though, just check out the RIE page.


Equipment 1

Main article: Equipment 1

Brief description of that piece of equipment.

Equipment 2

Main article: Equipment 2

Brief description of that piece of equipment.


Subtechnology 1

Main article: Subtechnology 1

Describe any sub-technologies of this technology.

Subtechnology 1

Training modules

Examples to include here:

  • Rise training sessions related to the technology
  • LNF technology seminars

Method of operation

Describe how the technology works.

Applications

How is this technology used in nanofabrication and what types of devices/research areas is it useful in?

Parameters

Here we describe what parameters are of importance in this technology (e.g. power, temperature...). May not be relevant to some technologies.

Parameter 1

Main article: Parameter 1

You may want to make a separate sub-page or article specifically for a parameter if this is longer than, say a paragraph or two. If not, get rid of the {{main|xyz}} below the heading.

Subtechnology 1

Main article: Subtechnology 1

Describe any sub-technologies of this technology.

Materials

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.


Complete tool list


See also

Other related wiki pages

References


Further reading

  • Other stuff, e.g. technology workshop slides
  • External links (can be in another section below, if appropriate)