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Multi-strata subsurface laser die singulation to enable defect-free ultra-thin stacked memory dies
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We report the extension of multi-strata subsurface infrared (1.342 μm) pulsed laser die singulation to the fabrication of defect-free ultra-thin stacked memory dies. We exploit the multi-strata interactions between generated thermal shockwaves and the preceding high dislocation density layers formed to initiate crack
fractures that separate the individual dies from within the interior of the die. We show that optimized inter-strata distances between the high dislocation density layers together with effective laser energy dose can be used to compensate for the high backside reflectance (up to ∼ 82%) wafers. This work has successfully demonstrated defect-free eight die stacks of 25 μm thick mechanically functional and 46 μm thick electrically functional memory dies.
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