Helium in electronics – Enabling leading-edge semiconductor manufacturing

helium in electronics

Until 10 years ago, helium usage in electronics manufacturing was relatively low and semiconductor factories, which process thousands of silicon wafers per day, were supplied using helium cylinders or bundles of cylinders. Here, Linde’s Dr. Paul Stockman discusses the evolution in helium usage in the electronics business.

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