materials in TylanBPSG

Ed Myers edmyers at stanford.edu
Tue Mar 3 13:31:01 PST 2009


Or wait until ThermcoLTO is up and we have divided the tubes.

At 01:26 PM 3/3/2009, Mary Tang wrote:
>What about just before a tube pull?
>
>M
>
>Jeffrey M. Weisse wrote:
>>hi,
>>
>>I was wondering if my samples would be allowed in the 
>>TylanBPSG.  They are NWs grown top down with silver as a catalyst 
>>for a wet etch of HF/H2O2/H2O so they are gold free.  Maurice, the 
>>trainer, was unsure if the silver catalyst would contaminate the 
>>machine and wanted me to verify it with specmat.
>>
>>Thank you,
>>
>>Jeff
>>
>
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