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January 3rd, 2006

Tunnelling electrons speed up large area carbon electronics

Abstract:
Researchers at the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey have reported in the January 2006 issue of Nature Materials the first demonstration of negative resistance in amorphous carbon semiconductors. This offers the prospect of low-cost electronic devices switching at Gighertz rates.

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