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Methods for causing fluid to flow through or into via holes, vents and other openings or recesses that communicate with surfaces of substrates of semiconductor device components










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #8076244.

A method for removing material from surfaces of at least a portion of at least one recess or at least one aperture extending into a surface of a substrate includes pressurizing fluid so as to cause the fluid to flow into the at least one recess or at least one aperture. The fluid may be pressurized by generating a pressure differential across the substrate, which causes the fluid to flow into or through the at least one aperture or recess. Apparatus for pressurizing fluid so as to cause it to flow into or through recesses or apertures in a substrate are also disclosed.








 
 
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