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June 16th, 2003

Experiments with Schottky Barrier Could Benefit Semiconductors

Abstract:
Researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory, North Carolina State University and the University of Tennessee have demonstrated the ability to make atomic-level changes in the functional components of semiconductor switches, which could lead to huge changes in the semiconductor industry.

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