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May 22nd, 2007

So, What Was That Memory Technology Again?

Abstract:
Many scientists believe it will be possible to use carbon nanotubes (CNTs) for system memory in the near future and complex logic farther out (see "Back To Nature For Next-Gen Semis"). For example, professor Qing Jiang of the University of California at Riverside and his research partner Jeong Won Kang discovered a multiwalled CNT structure that consists of an outer tube and inner tube that can oscillate at a high frequency with a voltage stimulus. The inner tube's position indicates the nonvolatile logic state.

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