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Chemical vapor deposition (CVD)

deposition of a solid material by chemical reaction of a gaseous precursor or mixture of precursors, commonly initiated by heat on a substrate [SOURCE: ISO 2080:2008, 2.2, modified.]

MicroChem Corp.
MicroChem Corp.
90 Oak St. Newton, MA 02464 USA

MicroChem Corp. (MCC) develops, manufactures, sells, and supports specialty niche chemicals for semiconductor/IC, thin film head, and other electronic manufacturing applications. The primary focus is photosensitive materials, such as photoresists, and other ancillary products. MCC technology consists of proprietary and non-proprietary products requiring state-of-the-art technical expertise, high reproducibility, high product cleanliness, and specialty microfiltration.

Hyper-Therm HTC
Hyper-Therm HTC
18411 Gothard St. Units A/B/C Huntington Beach, CA 92648 USA

Hyper-Therm HTC, a world-recognized producer of state-of-the-art high-temperature composite materials, engineered coatings and thermal-structural components using Patented chemical vapor infiltration (CVI) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process technology.

Crystallume
Crystallume
3397 De La Cruz Boulevard Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA

Crystallume pioneers the development and application of Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) diamond technology.

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