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April 19th, 2003

Extreme ultraviolet lithography paves the way for crowded circuits

Abstract:
A couple of decades ago, the electronic equivalent of today's handheld computers was a room full of hardware and a truck-load of cables and cards. Since then computers and electronics have become much more compact, due mainly to advances in lithography.

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CERN Courier

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