Semiconductors are sometimes called integrated circuits (ICs) or microchips, which are made from pure elements (usually silicon or germanium) or compounds (such as gallium arsenide). Semiconductors are an important part of electronic equipment that can promote the development of communications, computing, healthcare, military systems, transportation, clean energy, and countless other applications. Today, more than 100 billion integrated circuits are used in the world every day. This is indeed a feat of human ingenuity and engineering technology, which is unmatched by any other industry.
Complete basic research is a vital first step in the semiconductor production process.
Engineers use highly sophisticated equipment to design semiconductors.
Sand contains a lot of silicon, and many semiconductors start from sand. Other pure materials can also be used.
The sand is purified and melted into a solid cylinder called an ingot.
The ingot is cut into very thin silicon wafers and polished to a flawless surface.
Printed wafers with complex circuit design.
The silicon wafer containing the finished semiconductor is cut into small individual semiconductors (die).
Package the dies and place them in the device.
The finished semiconductors are embedded in countless electronic devices.
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