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Method of fabricating a liquid crystal display

Image Number 13 for United States Patent #6706545.

The present invention relates to a method of fabricating a liquid crystal display panel that involves patterning a silicon film crystallized by sequential lateral solidification. The method comprises the steps of preparing a silicon film, crystallizing the silicon film by growing silicon grains on a slant with respect to a horizontal direction of the silicon film, and forming a driver and a pixel part using the crystallized silicon film wherein the driver and pixel part comprise devices having channels arranged in horizontal and perpendicular directions relative to the silicon film. The crystallized silicon film has uniform grain boundaries in the channels of the devices, thereby improving the products by providing uniform electrical characteristics of devices that comprise a driver and a pixel part of an LCD panel.

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