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Home > News > Oregon prof: Wires beat tubes in nano world

March 11th, 2004

Oregon prof: Wires beat tubes in nano world

Abstract:
With so many stories heralding the merits of carbon nanotubes as the channels of next-generation nanoscale transistors, you'd think the case was closed. Not so, say researchers here who claim nanowires can create better nanoscale transistors - ones that can be placed more accurately, can use application-specific doping and can be more easily integrated with traditional silicon processing. (more on earlier article)

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