Cymer announced that the company's EUV source has achieved 100 W burst power, and claims to be the first to achieve this milestone. The laser-produced plasma source uses a tin target with a carbon dioxide laser. No word on pulse frequency, lifetime, or spectral purity, though presumably these were discussed at the recent International EUVL Symposium.
Monday, December 3, 2007
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