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September 10th, 2004

Nanotube transistor has power

Abstract:
Researchers from Stanford University, Purdue University and Harvard University have advanced the field with a method for making sub-50-nanometer-long field-effect transistors from carbon nanotubes. The devices' tiny electrodes align automatically, and the transistors can handle the high currents necessary for speedy circuits.

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