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polygen

(pŏl′ĕ-jĕn)
1. An element that has more than one valency and that can form more than one series of compounds.
2. An antigen that will cause the formation of two or more specific antibodies.
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Rob Eavis, business development manager at Polygen, said: "FaBTest was the first choice to test the Volta wave energy converter.
Polygen(TM) Centura(R) and Polygen Centura 300 Systems Provide
introduces the Polygen Centura, its latest 200mm and 300mm systems for the deposition of polysilicon films, combining advanced CVD (chemical vapor deposition) processing technology with high productivity, low consumables cost and easy maintainability.
The new Polygen systems extend Applied Materials' technical superiority in polysilicon deposition while reducing operating cost, enabling it to compete directly with batch furnaces for mainstream poly applications," said Paul Meissner, general manager of Thermal Processing and Gate Products at Applied Materials.
The Polygen systems offer control of polysilicon grain size and orientation, enabling chip manufacturers to tailor dopant distribution according to device requirements.
The Polygen systems' robust chamber design, based on Applied Materials' production-proven xZ chamber architecture, enables controllable temperature uniformity for extremely uniform films.
For chipmakers that want to reduce cycle time in the fab, the Polygen system's short single-wafer processes can overcome the bottlenecks of long furnace process steps.
Prior to Data General, Schwartz also served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Polygen Corporation.
Before joining CLAM in 1991, she was in management at Computervision and headed up quality assurance for Polygen, a molecular modeling company.
Diephuis joins Paracel with more than 25 years of technology development and management experience, including having served as vice president, engineering of Polygen Corp.
MSI is the result of the 1991 mergers of BioDesign (founded in 1984 with a life-sciences focus), Cambridge Molecular Design (founded in 1989 with a materials focus) and Polygen (founded in 1984 with a life-sciences focus).