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On the other hand, in the recent years, a technique for forming a fine pattern by heating a target substrate using a heat ray and then applying a chemical solution to the substrate heated at the temperature higher than that at which the resin forming the target substrate is cured (hereinafter, the substrate is referred to as a “substrate”) has been proposed.
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