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June 4th, 2003
Plastic transistors go vertical
Inexpensive transistors can be made by printing organic polymer, or plastic, onto a surface with an inkjet printer rather than etching the devices into silicon, but today's plastic transistors are relatively large and therefore inefficient.
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