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10 May 2005 Metrology of laser-produced plasma light source for EUV lithography
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Metrology concepts and related results are discussed for characterization of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light sources based on laser-produced plasmas using metal foil and droplet targets. Specific designs of narrow-band EUV detectors employing multilayer mirrors and broadband detectors for droplet steering are described. Spatially resolved plasma imaging using in-band EUV pinhole cameras is discussed. A grazing-incidence flat-field EUV spectrometer is described that has been employed for spectroscopy in the 6 nm - 22 nm range. In addition, spectroscopic data of out-of-band radiation in the ultraviolet and visible spectral regions are presented. Results obtained for different wavelengths of the incident laser radiation and for both tin- and lithium foil- and droplet- targets are discussed.
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N. R. Boewering, J. R. Hoffman, O. V. Khodykin, C. L. Rettig, B. A. M. Hansson, A. I. Ershov, and I. V. Fomenkov "Metrology of laser-produced plasma light source for EUV lithography", Proc. SPIE 5752, Metrology, Inspection, and Process Control for Microlithography XIX, (10 May 2005);


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