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Substrate processing apparatus having gas side flow via gas inlet

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7700054.

An object of the present invention is to improve substrate processing efficiency. A substrate processing apparatus has a reaction tube that processes a substrate inside, and a heating apparatus disposed so as to surround an external periphery of the reaction tube, so that at least a gas inlet tube is disposed on a side surface in an area in which the substrate is processed inside the reaction tube, and the heating apparatus has a heat insulator that surrounds the reaction tube, an inlet opening formed in the shape of a groove in the heat insulator from the lower end of the heating apparatus so as to avoid the gas inlet tube, and a heating element disposed between the heat insulator and the reaction tube.

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