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March 25th, 2004

Nanowire transistors are turned on their end

Abstract:
Writing in Nano Letters, Pho Nguyen and colleagues demonstrate field effect transistors constructed from semiconducting indium oxide nanowires grown directly out of and vertical to a substrate's surface. This approach not only reduces the area taken up by individual transistors, but could potentially make it easier for them to be connected together to form complex circuits.

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* Nature

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