Gallium oxide research

Electrical engineers from the University of Illinois are using beta-gallium to fabricate high-power semiconductors. Beta-gallium oxide is readily available and promises to convert power faster and more efficiently than either gallium nitride or silicon, according to the team at Illinois.






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