U.S. Semiconductors And Related Devices Companies

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Rohm & Haas Electronic Mtrls
3804 E Watkins St.
Phoenix AZ 85034
(602) 431-0500
Edwards Technical Support
1681 S Karen Dr.
Chandler AZ 85248
(480) 812-0643
Silicon Computing Inc
1221 Harrison St 23
San Francisco CA 94103
(415) 355-0695
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Spectra-Mat Inc in Watsonville, CA
Spectra-Mat Inc
100 Westgate Drive
Watsonville CA 95076
(831) 722-4116

Over the years, by leveraging our material science knowledge for refractory metals, Spectra-Mat developed a new line of tungsten alloys for radiation shielding and of highly porous tungsten structures
EM Microelectronics-Us
5475 Mark Dabling Blvd # 200
Colorado Springs CO 80918
(719) 598-9224
Hitachi America LTD
1399 New York Ave NW # 250
Washington DC 20005
(202) 638-3999
All American Electronics
7201 W 129th St.
Shawnee Mission KS 66213
(913) 851-5900
P Q Controls Inc
64 Park St.
Dover Foxcroft ME 04426
(207) 564-7141
PO Box 92136
Albuquerque NM 87199
(505) 275-9552
KLA Instruments
1701 Directors Blvd.
Austin TX 78744
(512) 448-4328
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