Tag - OXIDE ELECTRONICS

OXIDE THIN FILMS REPLACING PN JUNCTIONS.

North Carolina State University have developed the first functional oxide thin films that can be used efficiently in electronics, opening the door to an array of new high-power devices and smart sensors. This is the first time that researchers have been able to produce positively charged (p-type) conduction and negatively charged (n-type) conduction in a single oxide material, launching a new era in oxide electronics. To make functional electronic devices, you need materials with a “p-n junction,” where the positively [...]

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