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Mallinckrodt Opens Dutch Electronics Lab

by Michael McCoy
December 22, 2008 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 86, ISSUE 51

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Mallinckrodt Baker, a maker of high-purity chemicals for the electronics industry, has opened a new applications laboratory in Deventer, the Netherlands. According to Mallinckrodt, the lab will serve as the primary support site for its photovoltaics business; it will also support European integrated-circuit customers. Mallinckrodt is also expanding a lab in Seoul, South Korea, that supports its business in photoresist strippers and residue removers.

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