TMDs could act as transistors

While there has been widespread interest in using graphene in transistors, its lack of a band gap has stood in the way. Because of this, researchers have looked at the potential of similar materials. Now, physicists from the University of Texas at Dallas have discovered that the properties of some materials that could be harnessed for next-generation transistors and electronics.

  • Dallas based researchers find TMDs could be used for transistors

    While there has been widespread interest in using graphene in transistors, its lack of a band gap has stood in the way. Because of this, researchers have looked at the potential of similar materials. Now, physicists from the University of Texas at Dallas ... Read More
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    A team of Stanford researchers claim to have demonstrated how to manufacture atomically thin materials and electronics. Such thin materials would possess properties, including transparency and flexibility, which would enable electronic devices that wouldn’t ... Read More
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    Keysight Technologies has launched three PXIe chassis with different sizes and performance characteristics. The new devices are: a 10 slot Gen 3 chassis for high performance, benchtop and R&D applications; a five slot Gen 1 chassis; and a redesigned 18 slot ... Read More





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