CUTTING-EDGE FLUOROCHEMICAL SOLUTIONS FOR ELECTRONICS

For over a decade, Halocarbon scientists and engineers have been working with pioneers in the electronics industry to develop new materials that keep pace with the ever-changing demands of consumer electronics. Today, Halocarbon continues to work with its partners to develop novel fluorochemicals that push the current-state of electronics to new heights. We are applying fluorochemistry to surface-modifying coatings that enable biometric authentication, to photolithographic materials that allow for semiconductor miniaturization, and to electrolyte solutions within lithium ion batteries that will power our future. As a full-scale manufacturer of specialty fluoroproducts, Halocarbon is uniquely positioned to be your end-to-end partner for full product development and commercial raw material supply.

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Immersion Photolithography and Semiconductor Miniaturization

Immersion Photolithography and Semiconductor Miniaturization

Photolithography is a microfabrication process that uses light to etch geometric patterns onto a substrate – most often, a silicon wafer. This method inscribes the extremely small patterns of circuits which form the transistors and capacitors powering our electronic devices. Advances in photolithography have played a significant role in the miniaturization of next-generation electronics. As

F3-EMC for Improved Performance of Lithium Ion Batteries

F3-EMC for Improved Performance of Lithium Ion Batteries

Atlanta, GA., July, 2019 — Halocarbon Electronic Solutions introduces F3-EMC, or Trifluoroethyl methyl carbonate (Methyl-2,2,2-trifluoroethyl carbonate; 2,2,2-Trifluoroethyl methyl carbonate; FEMC; 3FEMC; or TFEMC, CAS #156783-95-8) for use in Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) batteries. This new product is a linear, partially fluorinated carbonate that serves as a co-solvent to improve the performance of Li-Ion batteries.  F3-EMC contains

Emerging Trends in the Semiconductor Industry

Emerging Trends in the Semiconductor Industry

As technological advancements continue to improve the design complexity and capability of semiconductor instruments, engineers must deliver specially formulated solutions that meet the evolving demands of the industry. With powerful breakthroughs in the hexafluoroisopropyl (HFIP) chemistry field, Halocarbon Electronic Solutions (HES) leads the market in developing new solutions to improve the performance of semiconductor devices.

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