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Semiconductor manufacturing apparatus, liquid container, and semiconductor device manufacturing method

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #8119196.

A semiconductor manufacturing apparatus comprises a discharge portion discharging a coating liquid onto a substrate; a gas supply tube supplying an inert gas into a liquid container that contains the coating liquid, and pressurizing an interior of the liquid container; a coating liquid supply tube airtightly supplying the coating liquid from the liquid container to the discharge portion using pressurization from the gas supply tube; a first connecting portion capable of attaching and detaching the liquid container to and from the coating liquid supply tube; a second connecting portion capable of attaching and detaching the liquid container to and from the gas supply tube; and a solvent supply tube supplying a solvent, which can dissolve the coating liquid, to the first connecting portion.

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