Using Destructive Optical Interference in Semiconductor Lithography
Integrated circuits—one of the greatest inventions of the last half of the 20th century—are still made using photolithography, even though their dimensions are now well below the exposure wavelength. Carefully tailored destructive interference is what makes it possible.
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