High pressure oxidation was an early method of depositing SiO2 films. It permitted the deposition of thick oxide films at roughly 10 times the rate of other deposition methods. Gasonics was the only company to successfully produce such a system. But Gasonics lacked a strong marketing arm in the early days of the industry. Consequently it was marketed by Applied Materials. Gasonics would eventually be acquired by Novellus, the archrival of Applied Materials.Click Here for Product Brochure & Specifications
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