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June 2nd, 2003

Single-electron transistors shed heat

Abstract:
Characterizing the electron flow and the resulting causes of heat dissipation in low-dimensional nanoscale electronics could lead to cool-running single-electron "quantum dot" transistors, according to a researcher here at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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