Pquest Usage History
ifushman at stanford.edu
Sun Jan 28 14:45:49 PST 2007
Since the p-quest seems contaminated, and if there are no strong objections,
is it possible to clean it this week? My samples did not come out right when
I etched last week, and I'd like to etch as soon as possible.
On 1/26/07, Ed Myers < edmyers at stanford.edu> wrote:
> I am off campus today and soon will be out of email contact.
> I did this yesterday. I know the two people who used the system
> while Pradeep was running the samples. I have talked to both of
> these groups this year, on different matters regarding the
> pquest. One was directly related to what recipe they were
> running. I was reassured it has been their standard recipe they have
> been running for years. The other is from an optics group who
> indicated how well the system and etches have been performing since
> we segregated the weeks.
> The reason I keep asking for which days where Pradeep saw the
> problem, is so I can go to them with data.
> At 09:31 AM 1/26/2007, shabbir.bashar wrote:
> >Hi Ed,
> >Please see attached a couple of screen shots of PQuest Usage
> >history. It sounds like someone who used the PQuest between the 4th
> >of and January and the 13th may have used Freon. I cant go any
> >further back on the Pquest history using remote Coral.
> >Hope this helps.
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