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Methods of forming insulation layer patterns and methods of manufacturing semiconductor devices including insulation layer patterns

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7989335.

In a method of forming an insulation layer pattern, an insulation layer is formed on a substrate. An organic layer and a hard mask layer are successively formed on the insulation layer. A preliminary hard mask pattern having first openings is formed by patterning the hard mask layer. A hard mask pattern having the first openings and second openings is formed by patterning the preliminary hard mask pattern. Width control spacers are formed on sidewalls of the first and the second openings. An etching mask pattern is formed by etching the organic layer using the hard mask pattern as an etching mask. The insulation layer pattern having third openings is formed by etching the insulation layer using the etching mask pattern as an etching mask.

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