Glycerin use at wbgeneral
wslee at stanford.edu
Tue Dec 6 07:47:22 PST 2011
I forgot one important step. The chip needs to go through a 60s dip in 50:1
HF after the glycerin/BOE etch. I updated the process flow.
Mix 5:3 (6:1 BOE): glycerin
> 1) Pour 50mL of 6:1 BOE into teflon or plastic beaker (one of the smaller
> ones - need to make sure that the chip is covered when then teflon basket
> is placed in the solution).
> 2) Measure 30mL of glycerin in a separate beaker. Pour this solution into
> the 50mL of BOE. Remember to transport the glycerin in the metal solvent
> 3) Stir the solution for 2 minutes. The glycerin is thick and but will
> dissolve into the BOE solution.
> Etch chip in glycerin/BOE
> 1) Place device in the solution for 15min (etch rate is about
> 800A/minute). I use the teflon basket.
> 2) Submerge the chip in 3 water baths (like we do for HF releases).
3) Place device in 50:1 HF for 60s. Submerge the chip in 3 water baths
(like we do for HF release).
4) Soak the chip in IPA for 60 minutes followed by CPD.
> Dispose of waste
> 1) Pick up an empty hazardous waste container, lid, and tag from the
> service chase. Label the waste and use a funnel to pour the BOE/glycerin
> solution into the container. Clean the labware following wbgen procedures
> (rinse 3 times with DI water).
> 2) The used waste goes in the marked area in the acid pass through area.
> On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 10:34 AM, chen chen <cchen86 at stanford.edu> wrote:
>> Hi, Mahnaz and Uli,
>> I booked wbgass tomorrow from 2:30pm to 4pm.
>> Hi, Scott,
>> Could you write a BOE/glycerin procedure for me?
>> Thanks very much!
>> On Dec 5, 2011, at 10:03 AM, Mahnaz Mansourpour wrote:
>> > Hi Scott,
>> > I talked to uli and wbgeneral is booked. Lets do it on wbgaas tomorrow
>> afternoon and uli will be avaliable then,.
>> > will this time frame work for you?
>> > mahnaz
>> > On 12/5/2011 8:30 AM, Scott Lee wrote:
>> >> Your request has been approved, with the following:
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