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Silicon wafers are manufactured within a cleanroom in order to avoid any environmental contamination.

Succeed within any kind of topics involving silicon wafers requires to follow a strict storage procedure to minimise the risk of defects.

Sil'tronix ST helps you to define the best practices.

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An ultra-dark coating comprised of nearly invisible shag rug-like strands made of pure carbon is proving to be highly versatile for all types of spaceflight applications.

In the most recent application of the carbon-nanotube coating, optical engineer John Hagopian, a contractor at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and Goddard scientist Lucy Lim are growing an array of miniscule, button-shaped bumps of multi-walled nanotubes on a silicon wafer.

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The Kiel research team manufactures anodes for their innovative silicon batteries from silicon wafers like this one. An etching process gives the originally blank discs a porous surface - and a colourful sheen. The porous silicon layer can be bonded particularly well with a copper electrode. The resulting extremely thin anode can be peeled off like a film.

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Semiconductor wafer is absolutely invisible in our daily life but it exists  in each and every electronic device we use. Here are 10 important facts you need to know about semiconductor wafers.

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Electronics miniaturization has put high-powered computing capability into the hands of ordinary people, but the ongoing downsizing of integrated circuits is challenging engineers to come up with new ways to thwart component ...

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Everybody within the semiconductor world knows the "Czochralski grown crystals" but do you know Jan Czochralski, his creator?

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For more than 40 years, Sil’tronix ST manufactures your own silicon crystals regarding your individual needs. Discover our capabilities through our new video.

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What if the odds of an event occurring were about one in ten billion? This is the case for the decay of a positively charged particle known as a kaon into another positively charged particle called a pion and a neutrino–antineutrino pair.

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The computing and telecommunications industries have ambitious plans for the future: Systems that will store information in the cloud, analyze enormous amounts of data, and think more like a brain than a standard computer. Such systems are already being developed, and scientists at IBM Research have now demonstrated what may be an important step toward commercializing this next generation of computing technology. They established a method to integrate silicon photonic chips with the processor in the same package, avoiding the need for transceiver assemblies.

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Silicon dot comparison

For more than 40 years, Sil’tronix ST develops and manufactures valuable products regarding your specific needs.

For many years, Sil’tronix ST provides a large

quantity of silicon pieces for photonic applications.

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For more than 40 years, Sil'tronix ST is specialized in the manufacturing of full custom Silicon wafers. In order to go further and provide you a complete solution to succeed within your topics, we offer the possibility to perform a transmittance on silicon up to 100%

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Well known as specialists both in Switzerland and abroad in the fields of micro technology and micro-mechanics, the Swiss company, Mimotec SA, has been developed a UV-LIGA Technology in order to provide qualitative micro components, mainly for horology movements or micro technology mechanisms.

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