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June 30th, 2003

Room-temperature single-electron devices made easier

Physicists at Cambridge University in the UK and the Japan Science & Technology Corporation in Tokyo have exploited a "natural" system of tunnel barriers in nanocrystalline silicon to make a single-electron transistor that operates at room temperature.


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