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23 June 2000 Semiempirical calculations for the optimization of microlithographic materials and processes
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The methods derived from computational chemistry in both its two embodiments, i.e. quantum mechanics and molecular mechanics, have been sporadically used for the understanding the photochemical processes and materials-related properties. The usage of computational chemistry was hampered by the available computer power and -- to a lesser extent -- by availability of algorithms and methods. Presently, computational chemistry is a maturer field, with applications in materials science abundant. This contribution presents an example where semiempirical quantum mechanics methods has been used to estimate the molecular absorbance of a photolysis induced intermediate chemical species.
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Dan V. Nicolau "Semiempirical calculations for the optimization of microlithographic materials and processes", Proc. SPIE 3999, Advances in Resist Technology and Processing XVII, (23 June 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.388258
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