Air Liquide Electronics awarded for innovation


An advanced precursor developed by Air Liquide’s teams has received an IC Industry Award at SEMICON Europa 2009.

To make increasingly efficient electronic devices, the semiconductor industry must rely on new chip materials.

Ruthenium is one such material poised to become a crucial element, particularly in data storage and memories.

Ruthenium is notably used in manufacturing new generation hard disk reading heads based on a novel physical effect, known as giant magnetoresistance.

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