What Are Microchips Made of?

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A microchip, sometimes just called a 'chip' is an element of packaged computer circuitry that is made from a wafer semiconductor material of silicon at an extremely small scale. It is made for program and for computer memory, and includes both logic and memory for extraordinary purposes such as analogue-to-digital translation, bit slicing and gateways.
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Microchips are made of silicon or germanium. These materials are prepared in a very clean environment and encased in ceramic masks. The chips are then linked to circuit boards using wires to allow them to communicate with several electronic devices.
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Microchips are made using semiconductor material such as Silicon or Germanium. Thin wafer is doped to make transistors which logically process data.
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