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3 Modiﬁed illumination Up to this point, mask illumination that is circular and centered on the optical axis has been considered. Alternatives to this ‘on-axis’ illumination are also possible. Using OAI, source shaping such as dipole, quadrupole, annular, and more customized variations can lead to improvements in the printing of photoresist features. 25), the image quality at these limits will generally be poor. g. aberrations) are considered. For projection optical lithography, incoherent illumination should be thought of as a starting point, where improvements in image quality can be achieved through the removal of select portions of a full σ = 1 illuminator.
Together, these groups laid the foundation for the development of imaging with soft X-rays. This research established the feasibility of diffraction limited imaging using soft X-rays and, in so doing, highlighted the technical challenges to commercializing the technology: photoresists capable of high resolution image transfer, sources sufficiently bright to deliver adequate power for high volume throughput, reflective masks with sufficient quality and contrast, and design requirements for optics.
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