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Nanoelectronic Chemical Mart Rises

12:49 PM MST | November 10, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The nanoelectronic chemical market is rapidly growing amid demand for the miniaturization of integrated circuits (IC), says a recent electronic chemical report by SRI Consulting (SRIC; Menlo Park, CA). Consumption of these chemicals is as yet relatively small, however. The global IC process chemical market in 2007 was valued at about $19 million, with annual growth projected to average about 7%-7.5% through 2012, SRIC says. An increase in installed fabrication capacity, which has more than doubled during the past seven years, has driven demand for IC process...

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