Is This the 1st Step to Ephemeral Transistors?

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Is This the 1st Step to Ephemeral Transistors?

by KirtB » Wed Jul 26, 2017 7:51 am

Is This the 1st Step to Ephemeral Transistors?

Queen's University Belfast researchers have discovered a way to create and move extremely thin electrically conducting sheets inside a solid, possibly leading to movable ephemeral transistors. The material concerned is the 'improper' ferroelectric Cu-Cl boracite Cu3B7O13Cl. Within this material, even a single crystal of this material, multiple electrostatic domains - regions in which electric charges are aligned - can be created. The boundaries between these domains - the domain walls, which are 2D sheets a few ... https://www.electronicsweekly.com/news/research-news/queens-belfast-creates-conductors-inside-solid-p-n-junctions-follow-2017-06/

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