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excimer laser  chemical laser; laser capable of generating very short wavelength (below 200 nm) UV radiation; e.g. KrF (248 nm), ArF (193 nm), F2 (157 nm); commonly used as a source of UV radiation in very-high resolution photolithography.
ArF excimer laser  193 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; with various resolution enhancement techniques in place, suitable for exposing below 100 nm geometries.
KrF excimer laser  248 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; suitable for exposing 180 nm geometries.
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ArF excimer laser  193 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; with various resolution enhancement techniques in place, suitable for exposing below 100 nm geometries.
KrF excimer laser  248 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; suitable for exposing 180 nm geometries.
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fluorine, F2, excimer laser  wavelength of emitted radiation 157 nm; suitable for exposure of sub-100 nm patterns problem: low maximum output power of 6 mJ/pulse.
excimer laser  chemical laser; laser capable of generating very short wavelength (below 200 nm) UV radiation; e.g. KrF (248 nm), ArF (193 nm), F2 (157 nm); commonly used as a source of UV radiation in very-high resolution photolithography.
KrF excimer laser  248 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; suitable for exposing 180 nm geometries.
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KrF excimer laser  248 nm wavelength excimer laser used in photolithography; suitable for exposing 180 nm geometries.
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