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  • The term electronic grade chemicals is used to refer to chemicals used in electronic industry, particularly in semi-conductor/ micro processor fabrication or
    simply “fab”.
  • Solvents are widely used in electronics for cleansing, stripping, degreasing, operations, encapsulation.
  • Gases are found in ion implanters, diffusion furnaces, expitaxial reactors, etc. Gases are also used in quality control to detect flaws in electronic  components.
  • Dopant, also called a doping agent, is a trace impurity element that is inserted into a substance (in very low concentrations) in order to alter the electrical properties or the optical properties of the substance.
  • In the case of crystalline substances, the atoms of the dopant very commonly take the place of elements that were in the crystal lattice of the material. These materials are very commonly either crystals of a semiconductor (silicon, germanium, etc.), for use in solid-state electronics or else transparent crystals that are used to make lasers of various types.
  • Electronic specialty gases (ESGs) used in the manufacture of semi-conductor and electronic components are often hazardous due to their inherent physical properties and chemical and biological reactivity.
  • Chemicals such as Silicon, Copper, gold & Aluminium   are used in semiconductor manufacturing.
  • Boron,is a semi-metallic element used as a dopant in semiconductor devices.
  • Aqueous chemical cleaning is an example of an effective parts washing method. Its cleaners are generally environmentally friendly because the constituents are typically less toxic than solvents and do not contain ozone-depleting substances (ODSs).
  • The electronic-grade hydrofluoric acid of China is limited in terms of both capacity and output by reason of technical barriers.
  • Since 2009, two 1,000-ton-above projects have put into production successively in China, referring to 6,000 tons/year electronic-grade hydrofluoric acid project of Zhejiang Kaiheng Electronic Materials Co., Ltd and 3,000 tons/year electronic-grade hydrofluoric acid project of Fujian Shaowu Yongfei Chemical Industry Co., Ltd.
  • The electronic industry worldwide stimulated the growing demand for electronic-grade hydrofluoric acid.
General Information
  • Electronic grade Chemicals
  • Chemicals in chip manufacturing
  • Dopants basic information
  • Etchants a glance
  • Photoresist information
  • Chemical cleaning solvents
  • High purity gases
  • Silicon information
  • Etching information
  • Semiconductor device fabrication


  • Company from USA
  • Company from India
  • Company from North America
  • Company from China
  • Company from Belgium
  • Company from India
  • Company from France
  • Company from USA
  • Company from China
  • Company from India


  • Strontium nitrate
  • PEPR Photo resist
  • Hydrofluoric acid
  • Methyl-2-pyrrolidone
  • Electronic Grade Silicone
  • Phosphorus spin-on Dopants
  • Etchant - Buffered
  • Germanium dioxide electronic grade
  • Methanol Electronic Grade
  • Micro posit photo resist
  • NMP Electronic Grade
  • Ethylene glycol electronic grade


  • Aixtron
  • Cpc cryolab
  • Arcosolv electronic grade
  • Dicyandiamide Electronic Grade
  • DMSO Electronic Grade
  • NMP - Electronic Grade
  • Electronic grade sulfamic acid
  • Micro Vantage MA Series Electronic Grade
  • TBHy EG (electronic grade)
  • E-Grade Propylene Glycol


  • Graded junction termination extensions for electronic devices
  • Apparatus and method for automatically grading and inputting grades to electronic grade books
  • Graded electron affinity semiconductor field emitter
  • Graded dielectric layer
  • Electronically graded multilayer ferroelectric composites
  • Graded extended drain concept for reduced hot electron effect
  • Manufacturing of semiconductors
  • Production of Silicon Wafers
  • Fabrication and characteriation of diode
  • Photoresist Spinning and Lithograthy
  • Silicon processing: from quartz to crystalline silicon solar cells
  • Materials Used in Semiconductor manufacturing


  • A Case of Toxic Gas Exposure
  • Effect of exposure duration of self etch dentin bonding
  • Safe handling of electronic specialty gases
  • Principal doping substances and their side effects
  • Heavy metal poisoning
  • Hazards of photoresists
  • Effects  of  cleaning semiconductor manufacturing room
  • Aqueous and Semi-Aqueous Solvent Chemicals toxicity


  • Effects of Metallic Conductors on Crustal Heat Flow Parameters
  • Classes of  Etching Processing
  • Influence of zeolite composition on the selectivity of alkylation
    reaction for the synthesis of p-isobutylethylbenzene
  • Photoresists and Non-optical Lithography
  • Comparison of New Thick Photoresists for Solder Bumping
  • A Diamond Detector for Single Ion Implantation
  • Purification of dilute hydrofluoric acid by commercial ion exchange resins
  • Rapid Thermal Scanning for Dopant Activation for Advanced Junction Technology

Report & Market

  • Development of Standards in the Field of Electronic Chemicals
  • Value Packaging of Electronic Chemicals
  • International Fine Phosphorus Chemical Technology- 2011
  • Chemical Business in the Chinese electronic market
  • Semiconductor News
  • Overview of Chinese hydrofluoric acid market


  • Photoresists  technology
  • Silicon vlsi technology
  • Progress in deep-UV photoresists
  • Vacuum etching technology
  • Semiconductor Doping Technology
  • Technologies for Manufacturing of High Purity Gases
  • Electronic Silicon Technology


  • Electronic grade Chemical  suppliers
  • Bulk Supplier from India
  • Supplier for Electronic grade chemicals
  • Supplier from Waterbury

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