Ultra-pure water (UPW) is a critical element in high-quality semiconductor production, yet maintaining its purity poses a significant challenge. In response to global water shortages, semiconductor plants have adopted recycling methods to transform wastewater into UPW. Online ion chromatography is essential for real-time detection of trace contaminants, safeguarding the quality of regenerated UPW and the semiconductor end product.
Watch as Ben Greenwood, Senior Manager at Micron Technology's Chemistry Lab, and Dariana Martinez, Product Application Specialist at Metrohm USA delve into the pressing water challenges currently faced by the semiconductor industry. Additionally, they will shed light on the pivotal role of ultrapure water and the significance of real-time ion chromatography to ensure quality control.