unity (high temperature photo-polymer) and its developer (aka developer 9000)

J Provine jprovine at stanford.edu
Fri Jun 4 12:16:18 PDT 2010


hello specmat,
i don't know if these chemicals are currently ok for processing in SNF, but
i'd to introduce them.  unity and developer 9000 (MSDS attached) have been
used at a few other NNIN sites as high temperature sacrificial polymers for
encapsulation or patternable molds.  i would like to use it in the dirty ald
chamber in the fiji or in a ald chambers elsewhere around campus, but need
the ability to pattern it in litho.

please let me know.
j
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