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February 26th, 2003

Student Designs Ionic Knife To Etch Transistors

Abstract:
"Using photoresist to create transistors can be a 20- to 100-step process," Ryna Karnik explained. "Using a focused beam of heavy gallium ions to etch the transistors directly takes six to seven steps." The student researcher has applied for a patent on the system.

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