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May 15th, 2003

Tera Tech's Final Frontier?

Abstract:
Using a silicon-germanium-based nanostructure represents a new approach to terahertz technology, says Rensselaer physics professor Ingrid Wilke. "It possibly can be better integrated with silicon-based integrated circuits [than germanium alone]."

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