Step-by-Step Guide to Silicon Wafer Fabrication (With Pictures)

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Semiconductor fabrication can be a very time-consuming and complicated procedure. This article takes you step by step on how to fabrication a silicon wafer. Beginning with a blank wafer (silicon wafer) the steps required to apply a mask and fabricate devices involve microscopes, photolithography equipment, etching stations, developer, etc. Extensive testing must also be done […]

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What is a custom pc case?

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A custom PC case is simply a modified or specially built case for you! This doesn’t always have to involve complicated cutting, windowing, or similar. Customizing your case simply involves making it look the way you want it to look. From simple things like adding lighting to more complex design projects (like the guys over […]

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How to “nofollow” a link

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Google has made it clear that links that are paid for or a link that was born out of some sort of financial relationship / compensation can be degraded, disallowed, or even grounds for punishment of a webmaster. Google has recommended nofollowing such “paid” links so that it becomes clear to them that no pagerank […]

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What does VMware do?

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VMware essentially allows a single computer to run multiple “virtual machines” (the VM in VMware) simultaneously. Each virtual machine could then run its own operating system with its own applications and software – all from that one single computer. VMware’s software can thus run on a server and essentially share all the hardware resources of […]

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What Is The Peltier Effect / What Is The Seebeck Effect…

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Two fundamental principles in the relationship between heat and electricity are the Peltier and Seebeck effects. Both relate temperature to voltage intensity and current direction and have been essential in many cooling / heating applications. This is especially true in high cooling environments such as refrigeration units, advanced computer system cooling, and cooling for high-powered […]

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What is Overclocking?

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What Is Overclocking… The most frequently referenced measurement used to characterize a processor’s speed and performance (whether correctly or incorrectly) has always been its operating frequency or clock-speed. Operating frequency values for computers are traditionally measured in units of Hertz and represent the number of cycles of operation per second of time. Since modern-day processors […]

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LCD Monitor Cleaning Information…

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LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Monitors have long replaced CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) Monitors as the predominant video output devices for desktop computers and laptops. These thin, flat-panel display appliances offer convenience and space efficiency at a very reasonable cost, making the LCD monitor desirable for both the manufacturer and consumer. This guide provides information on […]

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