The rapid growth of millions of smart devices connected to the Internet of Things now permeates every aspect of our lives from our work to our home and social life -- and it is ensuring that the pace of change in the semiconductor industry is unlikely to slow down for the foreseeable future.
It is estimated that by 2030, the Internet of Things will consist of over 25 billion connected devices—triple the number in 2020. This puts manufactures under an increasing amount of pressure to develop more powerful integrated circuits while streamlining production efficiencies and maintaining purity.
Fluoropolymers are emerging as the ideal solution to these challenges thanks to their wide range of unique properties:
• Unmatched chemical resistance at high temperatures
• Industry-leading permeation resistance
• Superior purity and particle shedding performance
• Superior surface smoothness and faster flushing performance.
Download this white paper to learn how fluoropolymers maximize chip yields while minimizing downtime and variability in the fab system process.
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