MATERIALS AND PROCESSES

Henry Guckel

INTRODUCTION

The topic for this particular report section involves a large if not infinite body of material. This implies at least two major problems: not all relevant topics will be covered and there are great difficulties in organizing the material in some sort of logical fashion. For the first problem there is no answer except perhaps an apology and the assurance that omissions are unintentional. The second difficulty is solved by organizing the material along processing techniques: conventional, lithographic, and atomically precise.


Published: September 1994; WTEC Hyper-Librarian