specmat request for polyimide thinner

Mary Tang mtang at stanford.edu
Mon May 5 16:54:54 PDT 2008


Hi all --

This is a mixture of two chemicals which I believe are already accepted 
for use in the lab.  NMP is OK.  And PGME, I am not sure we've 
explicitly OK'ed for use in the lab before, but it is of the same family 
of "acceptable" propylene glycol ethers which appears in many resists.  
I think these are fine, given the standard precautions for labeling, 
handling, and waste disposal.

Mary

Ben Chui wrote:
> Dear Specmat Committee,
>
>       On behalf of A.M. Fitzgerald and Associates, I'd like to request
> approval to use T-9039, which is a polyimide thinner sold by
> Dupont/Hitachi (to allow polyimide films to be spun thinner than
> usual).  I enclose the MSDS.  It is apparently just a mixture of two
> different solvents.
>
>       Please let me know if you have any questions.  Thanks!
>
> Ben Chui
> A.M. Fitzgerald and Assoc
>   


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