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December 17th, 2003

Organic transistors get small

Abstract:
Organic thin film transistors are cheaper and more flexible than the silicon transistors used in today's computer chips. Researchers are working to make organic transistors smaller and more efficient for use in applications like smart tags and computer displays. Researchers from Cornell University have shown that it is possible to fabricate useful organic thin film transistors that have a channel length as small as 30 nanometers. The smaller the channel, the faster the transistor.

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