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Materials Researchers Create Breakthroughs in Single-electron Device Fabrication

October 10, 2008

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Single-electron devices have many advantages over conventional electronic devices; they can have ultra-high packing density and operate with extremely low power consumption.  Despite research on these devices for more than a decade, various fabrication challenges have limited their production to only a small number of devices at a time, restricting their practical implementation. Full Story

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