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Home > News > Come Back Inorganic Electronics - All Is Forgiven - By Dr Peter Harrop IDTechEx

March 22nd, 2007

Come Back Inorganic Electronics - All Is Forgiven - By Dr Peter Harrop IDTechEx

Abstract:
In the middle ground, there is much work on improving organics by adding inorganic materials often in nanoparticle form. The new quantum dot devices and high K printable dielectrics are usually based on inorganic materials. After all, organic materials always have low permittivity and are therefore rarely ideal for transistor dielectrics or compact high value capacitors.

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