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Peter Van Zant is an internationally known semiconductor professional with an extensive background in process engineering, training, consulting, and writing. He is the principal of Peter Van Zant Associates, a firm that supplies writing, training, and consulting services to business and industry. Van Zant’s books and training materials are used by chip manufacturers, industry suppliers, colleges, and universities. Peter Van Zant Associates' customers have included Intel, National Semiconductor, Applied Materials, Air Products and Chemicals, SCP Global Inc., and a number of educational institutions.


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Admirably broad view, spoiled by uncorrected errors and erratic updating. 8 Sept. 2014
By John G. Bennett - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a 6th edition but the updating is erratic. There are many sections where you will see the discussion of methods end with 0.35 micron processes. Yes, other sections go further, but it leaves you guessing about the usefulness of the information. There are also places where there are typos and diagrams with wrong labels that must have been there for a decade. I don't feel at all like I understand how a 22nm process works, or even 65 nm. For example the thinnest spin-on coating discussed is about 10x thicker than what I see discussed in research papers and you will not find any clue how that is achieved.

As an introductory text it has the advantage of giving you an all-around view of how complicated the industry is. You will find discussions of everything from coating your shoes to coating high aspect contacts, from super pure chemicals to super-small self aligned processes. At the end of the book you probably know most of the processes in use.

You will, however, probably not feel confident you have learned how the most modern chips are produced. This book requires a total overhaul if it is to remain relevant, now just tinkering.
Three Stars 15 Dec. 2014
By Yeong-Cheol Kim - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is OK, but there are many typos and some wrong information in the book.
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