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English: A hyperpure polycrystalline silicon rod made by the Siemens process for use in producing single-crystal silicon by the Czochralski process. It weighs 302 grams and is about 10.3 cm long and 4 cm in diameter.
Deutsch: ein hochreiner polykristalliner Siliciumstab, hergestellt nach dem Siemens-Verfahren zur weiterverarbeitung und Herstellung von Silicium- Einkristallen nach dem Czochralski-Verfahren. Es wiegt 302g, ist ca. 10,3 cm lang und hat einen Durchmesser von ca. 4 cm
Français : Barreau 302 grammes (10,3 cm de long x 4 cm de diamètre) de silicium polycristallin destiné à la production de silicium monocristallin par le procédé de Czochralski
Date 20 October 2007
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Author Warut Roonguthai


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