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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wafer_(electronics)

A wafer, also called a slice or substrate, is a thin slice of semiconductor material, such as a crystalline silicon, used in .... A unit wafer fabrication step, such as an etch step, can produce more chips ... Note that gross DPW formulas account only for wafer area that is lost because it cannot be used to make physically complete  ...

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Silicon, is the most abundant element on earth except for oxygen, and is used in chip manufacturing because it is a natural semiconductor.

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To make wafers, silicon is purified, melted, and cooled to form an ingot, ... chip size, number of transistors, testing, and production factors are used to ... Once all the layers are completed, a computer performs a process called wafer sort test.

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Jun 22, 2015 ... Home · Extreme; What is silicon, and why are computer chips made from it? ... materials that make up your home, it's the basis of all current computer processors, and .... These crystals are then sliced into thin wafers, then engraved, .... I know I'm late, but how long has silicon been used for computer chips?

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Computer facts internet scavenger hunt. ... What kind of wafers are used at Intel to make computer chips? Be specific! 9. What do they call the suit that cleanroom ...

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Oct 19, 2010 ... And to build a computer, you must first design and fabricate the tiny ... Applied's machines subject silicon wafers (such as the Intel wafer shown below) to ... It has been used in the manufacturing of almost every chip made in the past ... of those processors to make sure that its half-billion components, each of ...

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Mar 5, 2008 ... There used ... ... I was a crystal grower for the solar panel/ computer industry. .... A silicon wafer cost $100 to $400 and intel can make more or less a hundred chips in a single wafer and they sell each processor for $50 to ...

www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-09/how-intel-makes-a-chip

Jun 9, 2016 ... These feats of computer science are often attributed to the rise of the smartphone, ... And pretty much all of those servers run on Intel chips. .... “It's kind of like designing a city,” says Mooly Eden, a retired Intel engineer ... the stencils used to burn tiny patterns on the silicon wafer and ultimately make a chip.

www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2016/05/05/476762969/after-moores-law-predicting-the-future-beyond-silicon-chips

May 5, 2016 ... This 2005 silicon wafer with Pentium 4 processors was signed by ... has been Moore's law — a prediction, made by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, ... a way to make the components on computer chips smaller, faster and cheaper. ... look first at the ways that computers are used and for each of those kinds of ...