ILD

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ILD

(Inter Layer Dielectric) The insulation used between layers of aluminum or copper wire that interconnect the transistors in a chip. There are three to four layers in a memory chip and five to seven in a logic chip with hundreds of meters of wiring. Polymer-based dielectrics, which emerged at the start of the 21st century, are expected to have a tremendous impact in chip design, as plastic insulating material dramatically reduces the crosstalk associated with glass-based dielectrics. See SiLK.
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As noted, some cases of asbestosis resemble UIP, while others resemble fibrotic nonspecific interstitial pneumonitis, (115) but in general, the presence of readily identified asbestos bodies permits the distinction of asbestosis from these other interstitial lung disorders.

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