Wafer is described as a round disc of semiconductor material most commonly silicon, although aallium arsenide and other semiconductor materials are also used. Wafers are a few millimeters thick and are available in a variety of diameters with 100 millimeter, 125 millimeter, 150 millimeter and 200 millimeter being the most common and 300 millimeter just entering use.

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"Wafer" is in the UNSPSC Code "40141637"
  Wafer check valves
Ref: 120792/2006-10-06

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