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“...a useful guide for engineers just entering the packaging sector of the semiconductor industry or for newly vetted engineering school grads.” - Ron Iscoff, Editor, Chip Scale Review

"Demystifying Chipmaking...will provide an interesting overview of the IC fabrication process while familiarizing you with the terminology." - Rick Nelson, Chief Editor, Test & Measurement World

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Takes the reader through the entire manufacturing process making the entire process of making a chip surprisingly easy to understand


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An integrated circuit (IC) is a miniaturized electronic device made by combining discrete electronic components into a single device, all manufactured as a whole. Read the first page
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Great book! Clear explanations Aug. 8 2014
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Great book! Clear explanations, good illustrations, very understandable. Perfect for the non-scientist and those from other industries or new to semiconductors.


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