Wafer

In gastronomy, a wafer (also spelled waffer) is a crisp, often sweet, very thin, flat, and dry biscuit, often used to decorate ice cream. Wafers can also be made into cookies with cream flavoring sandwiched between them. They frequently have a waffle surface pattern but may also be patterned with insignia of the food's manufacturer or may be patternless. Many chocolate bars, such as Kit Kat and Coffee Crisp, have wafers in them.

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Semiconductor Growth - Processing
... is any process that grows, coats, or otherwise transfers a material onto the wafer ... are any that remove material from the wafer either in bulk or selectively and consist primarily of etch processes, either wet etching or dry etching ... For example, in conventional lithography, the wafer is coated with a chemical called a photoresist ...
Semiconductor Growth - Device Test
... The proportion of devices on the wafer found to perform properly is referred to as the yield ... The fab tests the chips on the wafer with an electronic tester that presses tiny probes against the chip ... Currently, electronic dye marking is possible if wafer test data is logged into a central computer database and chips are "binned" (i.e ...
Lionel Wafer
... Lionel Wafer (1640–1705) was a Welsh explorer, buccaneer and privateer ... A ship's surgeon, Wafer made several voyages to the South Seas and visited the Malay archipelago in 1676 ... In 1680, Wafer met William Dampier at Cartagena and joined in a privateering venture under the leadership of Bartholomew Sharp ...
Semiconductor Growth - List of Steps
... Wafer processing Wet cleans Photolithography Ion implantation (in which dopants are embedded in the wafer creating regions of increased (or decreased) conductivity) Dry etching Wet ... See Electroplating Chemical-mechanical planarization (CMP) Wafer testing (where the electrical performance is verified) Wafer backgrinding (to reduce the thickness of the wafer so the ...
Wafer - Freska
... Freska is an Egyptian wafer sold only on beaches in the summertime ... It is made from two thin circular wafers filled with a thin layer of honey syrup ...